2016 Conference Audio: The Missions

Angelus Press

SKU: 8684  |  ISBN: 9781937843816

"And He said to them: Go ye into the whole world, and preach the gospel to every creature." (Mark 16:15)
Our Lord commanded the Apostles to spread the faith and teach all nations; yet, we live in a word where the errors of atheism, agnosticism, paganism, and religious indifference are spread at an alarming rate. It's a time when, for many, the missionary spirit does not exist.
In October of 2016, Angelus Press once again brought together some of the best Catholic thinkers, speakers, and writers to consider that year's topic: The Missions - Teaching all Nations. Learn more about how The SSPX is working to spread the faith far and wide, the state of the Missionary Spirit today, and what tremendous work is left to do. This conference is absolutely relevant and appropriate for all Catholics.

12 CD Set

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Speakers and Topics:

Introduction - Fr. Wegner, District Superior, SSPX

The Three Ages of a Mission's Life - Fr. John Jenkins, SSPX

Paradise Lost: The Jesuit Missions in Paraguay - Fr. Juan-Carlos Iscara, SSPX

Decline of the Missionary Spirit Since Vatican II - Fr. John McFarland, SSPX

The Gate of the Beautiful: A Conversion Story - Sharif Said

Islam and the Middle East - Fr. Patrice Laroche, SSPX

A Traditional Approach to Protestantism Today - Fr. Jonathan Loop, SSPX

The Counter-Reformation on the Offensive: Jesuit Response to Protestantism - Dr. John C. Rao

Mexico and Central America - Fr. Lawrence Novak, SSPX

Archbishop Lefebvre, the Missionary - Bishop Tissier de Mallerais, SSPX

Charles de Foucauld - Andrew Clarendon, M. A.

Sermon at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church - Bishop Tissier de Mallerais, SSPX

The Catholic Church as the New Israel - Fr. Christopher Brandler, SSPX

Round Table Q & A with Selected Speakers - Fr. Christopher Brandler, Fr. John Jenkins, Fr. Jonathan Loop, Andrew Clarendon

Conclusion - Fr. Wegner, District Superior, SSPX