VIDEO: Canon Lawyer Event Almost Full

The Canon Lawyer Event on October 25th is almost full. We are so thankful for the many, many people involved in bringing Canon Lawyer Philip Gray with the St. Joseph Foundation to St. Louis. We already have 60+ parishes represented, and almost 250 people. We may add events while Mr. Gray is in town, or later in the year. After your “Listening” Session at your parish, you may want to meet Mr. Gray. Just use the link below to get on the Wait List.

Register to meet the Canon Lawyer on October 25th here (and/or get on Wait List for future meeting): https://CanonLawyerComingToSTL.eventbrite.com

Watch this clip to learn more about who he is:
Philip Gray with Fr. Mitch Pacwa on EWTN at T=6:08

2 responses to “VIDEO: Canon Lawyer Event Almost Full”

  1. Agnes Bullock Avatar
    Agnes Bullock

    Make sure you sign up for your parish “listening session” too. The Archdiocesan website is clunky and slow and you must have an email to register to attend. You must register to attend these sessions. The Archdiocese is making it as difficult as possible to keep attendance low- having the sessions at night when the elderly won’t drive. The decisions have been made, make absolutely no mistake about that- make sure you read all of the “handbooks” for your area too.

    Another trick is sending you to another location within the “listening area” instead of your home parish- if that happens, wait a day or so and sign up again. Seating is being limited to 250 per session. Teams from other parishes will be running the sessions and no the Archbishop nor his lackey Fr Martin will be attending- but you get to watch a video of them!

    1. gracespark Avatar

      You are absolutely correct! Thank you for your comments. As anyone knows who is already registered, it is actually even worse because it is Catholic Leadership Institute (not the Archdiocese) who is controlling the registration process. And CLI won’t be at the sessions either. Just a poor volunteer facilitator who will say “I don’t know” “I will have to ask the leadership team” to any real questions posed. Or they may suggest the “open ended survey question” that lets you say anything by email!!! To limit seating to 250 at parishes that have 1000’s of families is not “listening”!

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  1. Agnes Bullock says:

    Make sure you sign up for your parish “listening session” too. The Archdiocesan website is clunky and slow and you must have an email to register to attend. You must register to attend these sessions. The Archdiocese is making it as difficult as possible to keep attendance low- having the sessions at night when the elderly won’t drive. The decisions have been made, make absolutely no mistake about that- make sure you read all of the “handbooks” for your area too.

    Another trick is sending you to another location within the “listening area” instead of your home parish- if that happens, wait a day or so and sign up again. Seating is being limited to 250 per session. Teams from other parishes will be running the sessions and no the Archbishop nor his lackey Fr Martin will be attending- but you get to watch a video of them!

    1. gracespark says:

      You are absolutely correct! Thank you for your comments. As anyone knows who is already registered, it is actually even worse because it is Catholic Leadership Institute (not the Archdiocese) who is controlling the registration process. And CLI won’t be at the sessions either. Just a poor volunteer facilitator who will say “I don’t know” “I will have to ask the leadership team” to any real questions posed. Or they may suggest the “open ended survey question” that lets you say anything by email!!! To limit seating to 250 at parishes that have 1000’s of families is not “listening”!

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