Join us on February 22, 2020 at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum! Come experience Christ’s love through life-changing talks by nationally known Catholic speakers, confession, and Mass with Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades.
Trying to be a faithful Christian man in today’s world is challenging. But while it feels like there’s an unending assault of negative forces attacking us and our families, Christ never abandons us. Every day of our lives we are called to take God everywhere we go: our homes, work, the gym, the mall and every other place we enter. It may sound overwhelming or unpopular. But, God equips each one of us with the courage, wisdom, and strength to “Go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature,” through word and action.
Register now at www.rekindlethefire.net
Learn more about the speakers:
Father Michael Schmitz is the director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Duluth as well as the Chaplain for the Newman Center at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
After attending the Saint Paul Seminary and being ordained in 2003, Father Mike offers weekly homilies on iTunes and bulldogCatholic.org and has appeared in programs for youth and young adults through Ascension Press, as well as through regular short video messages on Ascension Presents.
Jesse is a full-time bilingual Catholic LayEvangelist, who is nationally acclaimed for his dynamic, upbeat Christ centered preaching. His preaching apostolate is “On Fire Evangelization.”
Jesse has been on Catholic radio for over 15 years now hosting teaching and speaking in English and Spanish. Jesse is also host on a Spanish network show “Enfamilia Radio” in Phoenix. He has also defended Holy Mother Church in several official debates with different Protestant pastors, and on Spanish television against secular humanists.
Author, Speaker, President of the Coming Home Network, & Host of The Journey Home Program on EWTN
Marcus received his Master of Divinity Degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and was ordained to the Protestant pastoral ministry where he served for more than 15 years. Marcus, his wife Marilyn, and their two older sons, JonMarc and Peter, were received into the Catholic Church on December 20, 1992. Their third son, Richard, entered through baptism.