Msgr. Michael Schmitz is a member of The Institute of Christ the King - Sovereign Priest a society of apostolic life erected by the Roman Catholic Church in 1990. Msgr. Schmitz is the Rector of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Oratory of the Immaculate Conception in Wausau, Wisconsin, a diocesan approved Traditional Latin Mass apostolate.
Fr. Chad Ripperger, FSSP, PhD is a member of The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) a society of apostolic life of pontifical right founded with the approval of His Holiness John Paul II. Fr. Ripperger is professor of Dogmatic and Moral Theology and Philosophy at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary Denton, Nebraska
David Palm graduated in 1993 with an M.A. in New Testament studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and converted to the Catholic Faith in 1994. Since then, he has written numerous articles for such publications as This Rock, Envoy, Catholic World Report, The Coming Home Network Journal, Immaculata, and The Remnant. He works as an electrical engineer and lives on a small farm in rural Wisconsin with his wife Lorene and their three children.
"The Blessed Virgin Mary as the Icon of Tradition" by Msgr. Schmitz How the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Living Image of Holy Catholic Tradition
"Modern Psychology and the Catholic Faith" by Fr. Ripperger his talk will show why modern methods of psychology are invalid and why it is dangerous to the Catholic Faith
"Surprised by Tradition" by David Palm Mr. Palm will give an account of his conversion to the Catholic Faith
"The Traditional Mass and the Family" by David Palm This talk will address, from a father's perspective, the importance of the Traditional Latin Mass in the formation of children in the Faith.
"Detail in Catholic Life" by Msgr. Schmitz Growth in personal holiness through how to address the details of everyday life from a Traditional Catholic perspective
"Catholic Tradition and the Liturgy" by Fr. Ripperger This talk will demonstrate the connection between tradition and liturgy and why Catholic Tradition is necessary to understand the liturgy