30 April 2010

Information on the Father Corapi Conference Tomorrow

From the St. Louis Review:

Planning to attend the Father John Corapi conference this weekend? Here's what you need to know before heading out:

Details: The conference will be held Saturday, May 1, at the Chaifetz Arena, #1 Compton Ave. on the campus of St. Louis University in Midtown St. Louis. Doors open at 8 a.m.; Father Corapi's first talk will begin at 9 a.m. Archbishop Robert J. Carlson will celebrate a closing Mass at 4:30 p.m.

Traffic/Getting There: Parking will be available in eight locations surrounding the arena. Visit www.archstl.org/archstl/page/be-not-afraid-corapi-conference for a map. Those attending are asked to allow extra time for traffic and are encouraged to carpool.

There also is a procedure for dropping off individuals at the arena. See www.archstl.org/files/field-file/Drop-Off-Memo.pdf for more information.

Several streets in the vicinity of the arena will be blocked that day because of another event taking place. Visit www.archstl.org for up-to-date information.

Concessions: Food and drink at concession stands, as well as box lunches, will be available for purchase.

Tickets: Ticket prices range from $15-$35. Tickets may be purchased the day of the event. All patrons 2 years and older require a ticket.

Camera Policy: Small personal cameras are permitted. Audio/video recording is not allowed.


Anonymous said...

For those of us who live in dioceses who would rather fold up and die than invite the likes of a Fr. Corapi to come and talk, please Mr. T, give us the lowdown of this conference.


just wondering said...

fr corapi is a faithful orthodox priest, the likes of which veronica you seem not to appreciate. which leads me to ask, why would you want the "lowdown"? i was just wondering.

Jane Chantal said...

Yes, I wasn't able to go, so would love to hear about it. It was pretty thrilling to know that Fr. Corapi was going to be speaking in the St. Louis area. This Catholic community, including us here in metro east, has been so beaten up in recent times that a voice like his is sorely needed.

Jane Chantal said...

P.S. This is another opportunity to express my gratitude to, and for, Archbishop Carlson.

Anonymous said...

Just wondering, I am wondering what you are talking about?

Whatever in my post led you to believe that I do not like Fr. Corapi.

Talk about rash judgment....