Michael Voris Presents “The Majesty of the Catholic Faith” April 30th – St. Charles, Illinois

05/02/2011 Full report from Chicago on the Michael Voris Majesty of the Faith Conference

Michael Voris presents: “The Majesty of the Catholic Faith”

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Pheasant Run Hotel

4051 East Main Street – St. Charles, IL

Free parking is available just outside
the Royal Ballroom’s glass-windowed veranda.

Tickets are $15.00/person or $30.00/family

Tickets will be available at the door. Please call for reservations.

St. Michael’s Media
1214 S. Tenth Street – Saint Charles, IL  60174
Phone: 630-584-5389

S C H E D U L E

Registration – check in at 9:00 am

~ First talk                  9:15 – 10:30

~ Second talk             10:45 – 12:00 noon

*  Lunch break           12:00 – 1:00 pm

~ First afternoon talk    1:00 – 2:15 pm

~ Second afternoon talk 2:30 – 3:30 pm

Holy Sacrifice of the Mass   3:30 – 4:30 pm
Permission for Mass is pending, with the Diocese.

*Lunch is not provided.
Three restaurants are located in the hotel.
Many more are available locally.
(Or … you can “brown bag” it!)


17 Comments

  1. “The day of the Lord of hosts shall be upon every one that is proud and high minded, and upon every one that is arrogant, and he shall be humbled… and the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day” – Isaias 2:12,17

    Worldwide Warning Imminent

    Jesus and Mary have come forth in these latter days to alert the world’s peoples that soon there will be sent an explosive Warning from the heavens that will serve to awaken the world to the impending wrath to come. This knowledge has come to us through the prophetic revelations of Bayside given to the late seer, Veronica of the Cross. (1970-1995)

    The message states that a great, celestial Chastisement is coming upon humanity consisting of nuclear WW III and our being planet struck by the Ball of Redemption, a fiery comet sent from God. (Joel 2:3)

    But before that happens God in his mercy will intervene with the great Warning in order to let the world know that our time is about up. This will be an explosive, worldwide occurrence of catastrophic proportions that will shake the entire planet. The Warning will be seen and experienced everywhere by all peoples and will be universally acknowledged as having come from God. “It will be a major awakening to many. The rumbling and the shaking of the elements will set fright into many hearts.” (Jesus, March 18, 1976)

    Though it be awesome, the Warning is not intended to be a punishment, but an act of mercy through which every person living is given the chance to reflect on their spiritual state before the Chastisement and Second Coming.

    It is the decadent and godless state of today’s world that is leaving the Eternal Father with no other recourse but to intervene now with the Warning. The rampant abortions are especially bringing the hand of Justice upon our nation and many nations of the world. Those who have strayed from the Commandments will undergo intense personal sorrow during the Warning, but those who remain in the light of grace “will pass through this great Warning without suffering.” (Our Lady, April 5, 1975)

    It is hoped that through this Warning mankind will take heed of the voice from on High so that we can avoid the ultimate chastisement which will claim “billions.” Our Lady said, “It is from the merciful heart of the Eternal Father that you will receive a great Warning. Man will feel that the very powers of the elements have shaken the very foundations of his being, so great will be the impact of this Warning from the Father. But none shall doubt that it had come from the Father.” (September 28, 1974)

    Jesus gives us this clue as to when the Warning will occur: “I give you one indication that the time is ripe. When you see, when you hear, when you feel the revolution in Rome, when you see the Holy Father fleeing, seeking refuge in another land, know that the time is ripe.” (Sept. 14, 1976)

    David Martin
    Our Lady’s Workers of Southern California
    jmj4today@att.net

    (For more on Bayside and the coming Warning go to http://www.smwa.org, go to Heaven Speaks Today and click on no. 17) The Bayside apparitions still await an ecclesiastical investigation until which time the faithful are free to promote these visitations in light of the abrogation of Canon Laws 1399 and 2318 in March of 1966.

  2. Another video celebrity is Fr. Santos Castillo who might be able to assist with the celebration of Eucharist. He is known as the “Hapipadi” and is on YouTube with his ministry of song and music for the young people. All these ministries contribute to spiritual health of our church.

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  4. I have been following Michael Voris and Real Catholic TV for about one year now. I really appreciate all he is doing to instruct us, as to what it means to be a true Catholic. However, I wish he would use a different, kinder approach, when it comes to talking about our separated brethren. I think God would want Michael to cut non-Catholics some slack. You catch bees with honey not vinegar.
    I live in Orange, CA and I pray and counsel outside Planned Parenthood on Tustin, Ave.
    Would REALLY ENJOY hearing Michael speak in Orange County.

    • Thanks for your comments. I will mention them to Michael when I see him, later this month.

      His new “The Majesty of the Catholic Faith” program is geared towards the more positive approach that you suggest.

      Happy Easter!

      Doug

      • Positive approach? He sure didn’t work very hard at it in his “Easter Misgivings” episode. He needs to step back and do a real slow reading of Charity in Truth. It is charitable to tell people the truth, but not with a hammer.

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  8. Bayside was condemned. Anyone wanting to know where the Church stands should write to the CDF to inquire if they are taken for a ride by Baysiders telling them different.

    http://www.ewtn.com/expert/answers/bayside.htm

    On Voris, yeah … He needs to take a cue from our Blessed Lord who didn’t talk to people who didn’t understand with the tone of a 5th grade bratty all-A student. The only thing Voris neglected to do when he spoke about Protestants in his “Easter Misreadings” video was to stick his tongue out at them and exclaim, “so, there!”

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  10. Yeah, Marie, calling Mr. Voris’ tone that of a “bratty five year old” is very charitable. You’re an inspiration to Catholics everywhere. Here’s a tip; since you’re so holy, don’t watch these videos. They’re clearly a near occasion of sin for such as you. And wow, that kinder, gentler approach has really packed the pews these last forty years.

  11. I know a number of orthodox Catholic speakers and priests who have brought people back to the faith by truth spoken charitably. Michael isn’t going to win back nearly as many Protestants with his tone as will those others. It’s like the prolife movement which was once dominated by bombastic protesters who didn’t convert anywhere near the numbers seen today with a more prayerful and supportive approach. The problem, Barbara, is that ppl mistakenly think that truth can only be taught with a finger in someone’s face and yelling and talking down to them. No. There is another way to teach those same truths and that is without a constant bombastic wave of insults. I never see the Pope talk this way to others, even the most sinful among us. It’s not because he can’t – you know – because he’s the Pope. It’s because he is and has perfected charity to the point of teaching truth with charity, rather than trying to force on people.

    • marie and barbara,

      Perhaps there is a time and place for both approaches. Jesus did have harsh words for some and gentler words for others, but he never minced words or spoke anything less than the direct truth.

      As a convert to the Catholic Faith from an evangelical background, I have always been impressed with just how patient, kind and loving the approach of Catholics has been, Michael Voris included.

      I will say that any of the perceived harshness of Michael Voris pales in comparison to the vicious rhetoric from a lot of non-Catholic Christians against the Church. But, for the most part, those people believe that they are trying to save our Catholic souls, so we cut them some slack and try not to take offense.

      Perhaps what is most disconcerting to many Catholics is that Michael Voris is not playing exclusively defense, but takes up the offense as well, a whole new approach for many Catholics.

      But it has precedent. We are all likely too young to remember the kind of street preaching of a Frank Sheed in Hyde Park, London. He challenged all comers, and there were others of the same stripe who did lead many to the Catholic faith.

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  13. Thank you Michael Voris for professing the ONE TRUE faith. I know you mean NO disrespect to non catholics – I get it. If they are offended, then so be it! You are gently pointing out to them that they are in error and they need to do the homework and see it for themselves. Remember, many have gone before you and done the same, to name a few – Leonard Feeney, S. J. and Archbishop LeFavre not to mention all the saints and martyrs for 2000 years. I pray you will not be discouraged by all the “sensitive” naysayers and continue with your mission. I would love it if you would come to the northeast Florida area where I live and speak.

    Pax Christi

  14. As a veteran of 16years so far, and one who has played organized sports vitrually my whole life. I view Michael Voris as the “coach” or platoon commander etc. He is rallying the troops. Rousing us from slumber because we’ve been asleep while “on watch”. Like Patton said, you can lead, follow, or get out of my way. Is that a message everyone will accept. No. Just like there are many who don’t join the military. Is this a message we all need to hear? You better believe it! Michael Voris is a motivator. If one wants the “kinder. gentler” approach, the majority of speakers and clergy are there for you. If want that motivating clarion call. This man is for you. God Bless Michael and his staff.
    v/r,
    Andy


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