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The 12th Annual Napa Valley Catholic Men’s Conference.

100th Anniversary of the Final Fatima Apparition

Saturday, October 7th, 2017 || 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Will be held at: St Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 6404 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599

 

Conference Location:

St Joan of Arc Hall

6404 Washington Street, Yountville, CA  94599

Featuring:

 

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Most Reverend Robert F. Vasa

 

is the Bishop of Santa Rosa, California he was appointed to the position January 24, 2011. Bishop Vasa previously led the Diocese of Baker, Oregon,from 2000 to 2010. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska, he was ordained a diocesan priest there in 1976, and received a License in Canon Law from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome in 1981. He is well known for his outspoken defense of Catholic teaching.


The Bishop has been asked to attend.

FRLOONEY

In 2005, at the age of 16 ,the Blessed Mother touched Fr. Looney's heart in a profound way through two different pilgrimages to her shrines--one in Europe and the other in Champion, Wisconsin.  These experiences led Fr. Looney to discern the priesthood and enter the seminary.  

 

Fr. Looney was ordained to the priesthood in 2015 for the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin, and is a professional member of the Mariological Society of America.  In 2016, his peers in the Society elected him to a term on the Administrative Council.  Fr. Looney's research and writing has focused on the 1859 Marian apparation received by Adele Brise in Champion, Wisconsin.  Fr. Looney has authored several books on the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help.

 

When he is not busy with parish duties, Fr. Looney travels around the country promoting devotion to Mary, appears on Radio Maria, Relevant Radio, and several other Catholic radio stations, writes essays for Catholic Exchange, Church Pop, and Homiletic and Pastoral Review, and continues to research and write new books.  In October 2017, Ave Maria Press will release Fr. Looney's eighth book, A Heart Like Mary's: 31 Daily Meditations and he already has begun writing his ninth book.  You can learn more about Fr. Looney by visiting his website: edwardlooney.com.

 

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Fr. John "Z" Zuhlsdorf

 

Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, or simply “Father Z”, is convert from Lutheranism. 

He was first drawn to the Church by the beauty of traditional Catholic liturgy.

 

After studying Classical languages at the University of Minnesota he entered the seminary and completed his formation in Rome at the Pontifical Lateran University.

 

In 1991 he was ordained to the priesthood by Saint Pope John Paul II. He worked as a collaborator in the Vatican’s Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei“, (eh-CLAY-see-ah day-ee) and did post-graduate work in Patristic Theology, on the Fathers of the Church, at the Augustinianum (Au-gus-tin-ee-AH-num) in Rome.

 

Fr. Zuhlsdorf has appeared on television on EWTN, CBS, and Fox News.  He has written for many print publications such as The Wanderer, in which he had a column on liturgical translations for eleven years, and now also the British Catholic weekly The Catholic Herald

 

Today Fr. Z is best known through his internet work on his award-winning blog.  He lives and works in the Diocese of Madison and travels giving talks, conferences and retreats.

 

 

 

Fr David Jenuwine

Fr. David Jenuwine

 

Parochial Vicar, 

St Apollinaris CAtholic Church 

Napa, CA  

 

Fr. David Jenuwine, currently assigned at St. Apollinaris parish in Napa, CA.

Fr. Jenuwine is the former spiritual director of the Blue Army Fatima apostolate in Saginaw, MI. Before his ordination he was an airborne crytologist in Japan for the U.S. Navy

 

 

 

 

 

  

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