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Cardinal Burke, Catholic Action Summit Returning to DFW Nov 2-4 August 24, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, Dallas Diocese, episcopate, fightback, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, sanctity, Spiritual Warfare, the struggle for the Church, Tradition.

All the details are here at the Catholic Action Summit website.  This is a conference in support of the Church’s constant belief regarding marriage and the family.  Presenters include Cardinal Raymond Burke, John-Henry Westen, Dr. Gianna Molla (daughter of the Saint), Austin Ruse, Fr. John Trigilio (who I have always enjoyed), and several others.  Several of the attendees have been vocal critics of the Bergoglian regime in Rome, and quite rightly so, but this will not be a “traditional” conference, per se‘.  Tix are pretty expensive, $149 per adult if you buy before Sept. 16 and $199 from then on.  Children 15 and under are $55.  The price does include 4 meals, breakfast and lunch on Sat/Sun.

If anyone attended last year’s event please leave a comment describing what you thought of it, especially relevant to the price.  Compared to the Our Lady’s Advocates conference, it’s quite a bit more, but perhaps past attendees can make a great case for attending this Catholic Action Summit.



1. Camper - August 24, 2018

$155 as the early price is too much for me. Not sure why there is such a disparity. Too bad. Would love to know how it goes.

2. Camper - August 24, 2018

Off topic, but here is dirt declaring that Beto O’Rourke, Ted Cruz’ opponent in the election for Senate this fall, used eminent domain to swipe money from citizens in El Paso:


The article says that O’Rourke’s record of corruption has been hidden well, but the article does a good job of painting him as a criminal.
Hopefully, Tantum could do a short post on this topic.

3. Tim - August 25, 2018

“Catholic Action Summit”….with Cardinal Burke? Camper is right, he is a mouse. Lot’s of talk, still waiting for tge action.

4. Tim - August 27, 2018

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