When:
February 23, 2019 – February 24, 2019 all-day
2019-02-23T00:00:00-08:00
2019-02-25T00:00:00-08:00
Where:
Monterey Tides
2600 Sand Dunes Drive
Monterey
CA

Latin Mass Conference
Monterey, California
FEBRUARY 23 and 24, 2019
When Shepherds Become Wolves
at Monterey Tides, 2600 Sand Dunes Drive, Monterey, CA

Some have described the present state of affairs in the Church as
apocalyptic, and more and more Catholics—no longer just “traditionalists”—are waking up to the reality that something is terribly
wrong with the “renewal” that was supposed to have followed Vatican II. At the center of this still-unfolding catastrophe is an unprecedented crisis in the clergy. This conference will address the crisis in
a series of probing and provocative analyses.
• The precise origins of the clergy crisis—a crisis with many roots,
some of them little known.
• How the clergy crisis has manifested itself in the life of the Church and
the world.
• Strategies for defending faith and morals faith in a time of false prophets and hirelings.
• How the clergy crisis can and will be ended

The Monterey Tides Hotel is holding a block of
rooms for us on Friday and Saturday nights with
special rates: $205 for Oceanside and $155 for
Gardenside. Call the hotel to make your reservation:
1-800-242-8627. Reservations must be made by
January 21, 2019.

To Register online visit https://store.keepthefaith.org/monterey-2019

Father Anthony J. Mastroeni: Analysis and
Critique of the Current Clergy Crisis
Father Anthony J. Mastroeni was ordained for the diocese of
Paterson, N.J. in 1972. He earned an S.T.L. in Spiritual Theology, a
doctorate in Moral Theology from the Angelicum in Rome; a J.D.
in Civil Law from Rutgers Law School; and an M.A. in Psychology
from Seton Hall University. For the last 33 years he has been
teaching university students, as well as giving retreats, mostly to
consecrated women. From 1999 to the present Father Mastroeni has taught theology
and directed the chaplaincy at Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia

Father Joseph Illo: How Lex orandi lex
credendi lex vivendi has manifested itself in
the decline of the priestly vocation
Father Joseph Illo graduated B.A. in philosophy from the
Pontifical University of St. Thomas (the Angelicum) in Rome.
He studied at St. Joseph’s Seminary, New York and was
ordained in 1991 for the Diocese of Stockton. He has been
pastor of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Modesto, chaplain at Thomas Aquinas
College and is currently pastor of Star of the Sea parish in San Francisco

Christopher A. Ferrara: Addressing the Clergy
Crisis: When Shepherds Become Wolves
Christopher A. Ferrara is President and Chief Counsel for the
American Catholic Lawyers Association. He is a prolific writer
for Catholic magazines and periodicals; he is active in the
pro-life movement; his latest book is The Great Facade: The
Regime of Novelty in the Catholic Church from Vatican II to
the Francis Revolution (Second Edition).