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Fi News #81: Live Broadcast, La Crosse, Saturday, Aug 21

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Ave Maria! We will be broadcasting our Marian Symposium live from La Crosse, Wisconsin tomorrow, Saturday, Aug 21st From 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM Central time which is 10-6:30 Eastern Time. The theme this year is Mary, Mother of the Church and our beloved Fr. Peter Fehlner tells us all about it. Come and view this grand spiritual and intellectual event in the beautiful new Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe at http://airmaria.com. Speakers include: His Eminence Luis Cardinal Aponte Martinez, Archbishop Emeritus, San Juan, Puerto Rico His Excellency Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, Prefect, Apostolic Signatura, Rome Msgr. Arthur B. Calkins, Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, Mariologist Dr. Mark I. Miravalle, Franciscan University of Steubenville, President, Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici MC: Drew Mariani, Journalist and Talk Show Host, Relevant Radio If you are in the area, registration is still being accepted including walk-ins on the day of the event, but there will be limited lunches at the church, (reduced cost for entry if there are not enough lunches and you can buy lunch at the Shrine Restaurant.) You can register at http://www.mariansymposium.com/ Ave Maria! His Eminence Luis Cardinal Aponte Martinez, Archbishop Emeritus, San Juan, Puerto Rico His Excellency Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, Prefect, Apostolic Signatura, Rome To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=14281


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