The theme for our conference is "Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary" for the sins of the clergy, the
Church, society and the world. This spiritual weekend is dedicated to Mary our Mother, the Mother of the Church, the Mother of Jesus. Mary intercedes
for us. Come and invite friends and family and renew our commitment to our Lady.
This is our Eighteenth Annual Marian Conference of St. Louis. Many families come from out of state to remember each other in this beautiful environment, and to spend the weekend in total union with our Blessed Mother and each other.
The Renaissance was recently renovated and is beautiful, with large rooms. We encourage room reservations so you get the best deal. The hotel is two minutes from Lambert International Airport with free continuous shuttle service. They are owned by Marriott and reservations may be made at the Marriott reservation number: (800) 468-3571, or the Renaissance local number: (314) 429-1100. Please ask for the special rate for the Marian Conference at the Renaissance. Secure hotel reservation and room preference by calling early! *** Special hotel room rate ends January 9! ***
There will be sessions directed to the Young Adults, allowing them to attend and meet the keynote speakers. We do not want them separated to another part of the hotel and it is good for the family to hear what the youth are hearing. There will be opportunity for anyone to meet with questions with the individual speaker. We will have some scholarships to cover the registration fee for youth (age 12 to 25). Additionally, any youth attending with a family member who reserves a room, the youth registration to the conference will be waived.
Our speakers this year are: Bishop Robert Hermann; Father Edgardo "Bing" Arellano; Father Anthony Gramlich, MIC, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ; Fr. Tom Sullivan, CPM; Elizabeth Ficocelli; Msgr. Charles M. Magnan; Msgr. Eugene Morris; Wayne Weible;
Celebration of Mass each day, Confession throughout the weekend, Rosary, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Adoration Chapel open the entire weekend, and viewing and praying with nearly 100 relics.