The Cross of St. Benedict will be on display at the “Awakening the Domestic Church” conference to be held at Norfolk, VA.

We decided to be here because we have met the organizer, Deacon Darrell in the Damian Stayne Charism School workshop. We believe that we need to empower the Domestic Church and its members. In our experience, the Sacrament of Marriage has been the source of graces in many issues and conflicts that arise in family life.

We are in a battle for the souls of our children. Media have penetrated their innocent minds and have stirred worldly desires within. The Holy Spirit wants to teach us to awaken the Domestic Church. This conference is packed with powerful speakers. Do not miss this rare event.



7:30p Prayer meeting at Saint Gregory the Great with Fr. Cantalamessa

FRIDAY MAY 2, 2014

1:00 Registration and Check in – Come early and tour Norfolk

4:30 Traveler’s Mass

7:30 Praise and Worship

8:00 Fr. Cantalamessa – Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Essential to Catholic life

9:00 Ministry teams


7-8 Mass

9:00 Praise and Worship

9:30 Fr. Cantalamessa – The nature of the family: the backbone of the Church

11-12 Deacon Darrell Wentworth – Forms of Lay Ecclesial Communities

2-5 Breakout sessions: Choose two

ChristLife – Dave Nodar

Raising Godly Children – David Peterman

Spiritual Direction – Dr. Donna Pacheco

Media Evangelization – Ashley Zahorian, MFA

History of Renewal – Dr. Vinson Synan

Creating Young Adult Ministers – Wouter Ceyssens

7:00 Praise and Worship

7:30 Dr. Bruno Ierullo – Signs and Wonders: Part of normal Christian life 8:30 Healing and Miracle Clinic led by Alleluia Community Prayer ministry

SUNDAY MAY 4, 2014

9:00 Praise and Worship

9:30 Deacon Keith Fournier – Building authentic ecumenical relationships

11:00 Closing Mass – Bishop Robert Hermann



Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa, Preacher to Papal household, is a Franciscan Capuchin Catholic Priest. Ordained in 1958 he holds doctorate degrees in Divinity and Classical Literature. He has been involved in Charismatic Renewal since 1976 and was a member of the Catholic Delegation for the dialogue with the Pentecostal Churches. He will be speaking on Baptism in the Holy Spirit: Essential to Catholic life; the nature of the family as the backbone of the Church; and developing authentic ecumenical relationships leading to the full communion of the Church.


Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Robert J. Hermann, of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Bishop Hermann was baptized in the Holy Spirit in 1972. He has served as an advisor to the National Service Committee, as well as diocesan liaison. In 2008-2009 he served as Administrator of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. As Bishop Emeritus he devotes himself to giving retreats to seminarians, sisters and priests, as well as lay people. He is involved daily in the ministry of healing and deliverance as well as spiritual direction. Life is good! Bishop Herman will be preaching on the power of God’s word unfolding within us!


Deacon Darrell Wentworth serves the Bishop of Richmond as his Liaison for Charismatic Renewal. He also serves the Catholic Fraternity North America (CFNA) as their Ecumenical Liaison. He has been involved in Charismatic Renewal since 1982 and will speak on the Pontifical Council for the Laity’s relationship to the Charismatic Renewal; how each of us is invited to share in that relationship; and the CFNA’s plan to fulfill the Papacy’s hopes for the Charismatic Renewal of the Church in our time.


Dr. Bruno Ierullo is one of the founding members of Catch the Fire, Toronto. He is the co-chairman of United In Christ, North America and is part of the ongoing dialogue between the Emerging Charismatic Churches and the Roman Catholic Church. He will be sharing how to use the biblical charisms in everyday life as evangelistic tools in partnership with the Holy Spirit. Following his sharing on Saturday evening, there will be a time of empowerment ministry led by Dr. Ierullo and the Alleluia Community healing ministry team. The focus of the ministry time will be to help all participants experience a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit enabling them to pass on their anointing.


Dr. Vinson Synan, Pentecostal/Charismatic historian and author, has served as Director of the Holy Spirit Research Center, as General Secretary of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church and as Dean of the School of Divinity at Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. A dear friend of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, he has promoted understanding and dialogue between the various streams of Renewal. Dr. Synan will be sharing the history of this outpouring of grace since 1900 and update us on the current status of the Christian Church’s immersion into the life of the Holy Spirit.


Mr. Dave Nodar is the founder of ChristLife, a Catholic Ministry of Evangelization and an apostolate of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. ChristLife offers an effective process of evangelization that is changing the lives of many people in four countries. ChristLife’s process includes three – seven week courses: Discovering Christ, Following Christ, and Sharing Christ. Each course leads participants through a series of high quality DVD presentations establishing a foundation of encounter, discipleship and mission benefiting every Catholic, as well as those who are not members of the Church. ChristLife is an exceptional parish based evangelizing process that is also being used in other ministries including home-based Catholic ministries.


Ashley Zahorian is CEO of Something Like Real Pictures, a Catholic movie production company, an award-winning director, a story producer and sound mixer for the Discovery Channel, and teaches at Regent University between gigs. Ashley is currently developing pro-Catholic, pro-Priesthood short films. She has plans to develop modern pro-Catholic feature length films with the message and impact of The Bells of St. Mary’s and Going My Way and modern films such as Fireproof and Courageous with the quality and style of films like Inception and Crash. Ashley will be speaking on the impact of media on today’s culture and sharing ways Catholic Evangelists will be able to partner with her to evangelize through media and apprenticeship programs for students working with professional filmmakers on these films.


Dr. Donna Pacheco is co-founder of The Spiritual Direction Academy, a two year higher education school training spiritually mature Christians how to mentor fellow Christians in the Art of Spiritual Direction. Donna will be speaking on the elements of effective spiritual direction; the Church’s experience and hopes for all of the baptized regarding spiritual direction; and the plan to develop partnerships with Catholics in North America, who possess a Masters degree, to spread the SDA to every diocese in North America.


Wouter Ceyssens is a Leader of the Young Adult Ministers program which serves the youth of Alleluia Community, an Ecumenical Covenant Charismatic Community in Augusta, GA. Speaking to the Youth session of the conference, he will draw from recent Popes, Fr. Cantalamessa’s own writing, Scripture, and both Catholic and Protestant Faith Healers to understand better the question, ‘How does faith become life?’ The answer, which touches on conversion, charismatic life, and ecumenism, is critical as it points to the relevancy of Christian life, gives purpose to faith, empowers the believer, and underscores the need for Jesus.


Mr. David Peterman, Jr, Overall Coordinator, Christian Community of God’s Delight, Dallas, Texas is the father of five daughters. He has been active in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal for over 35 years serving as a leader of many ministries often focused on raising children and building youth and young adult ministries. Prior to serving as the Overall Coordinator David served as the Education Coordinator overseeing Mount St. Michael Catholic School. David will be sharing a plan to help parents raise Godly children in our society using biblical principles.

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