Catholic Charismatic Conference

March 27-29, 2020

Online Registration Closes March 16.

Registration in Office Closes March 23.

SISTER BRIEGE MCKENNA, O.S.C., was born in Ireland and entered the Sisters of St. Clare at the age of fifteen. At the age of twenty-four, she was miraculously and instantaneously healed of rheumatoid arthritis during the celebration of the Eucharist. Later in prayer she received the gift of praying for healing for which she has become so widely known. Sr. Briege was given a deep spiritual insight into the mystery of the call to priesthood. Along with Fr. Kevin Scallon, CM, she has traveled the world ministering to bishops and priests at retreats and conferences. Her books “Miracles Do Happen” and “The Power of the Sacraments” have been translated into many languages throughout the world. She will speak and pray for healing on Friday and Saturday nights and on Sunday morning at the Conference.

FATHER JOHN GORDON is a joyful witness to the Gospel and a popular conference speaker. He is Coordinator of Charismatic Renewal as well as Coordinator of the Office of Evangelization and Vicar for Pastoral Life for the Archdiocese of Newark. He was Formation Director at Franciscan University of Steubenville and has served on the National Service Committee. Fr. John has a passion for preaching and teaching the Word of God in the power of the Spirit and will cause our hearts to “burn within us” (cf. Luke 24:32).

FATHER BEAU CHARBONNET is a native of Louisiana. He often used lively techniques to bring the Gospel to life for his students at Rummel High from 1994 to 1999, all the while leading music ministry for CCRNO prayer groups on both the North and South Shores. Fr. Beau is pastor of St. Angela Merici in Metairie. He is a dynamic preacher and shepherd to both the older parishioners and children of the parish elementary school. His love of God the Father and Our Savior Jesus Christ is animated by an openness to the Holy Spirit! He has a special devotion to Our Blessed Mother, whose hand has been evident in the faith life of his entire family.

JEAN and JANICE CHARBONNET met while serving in youth ministry with NET Ministries and have been married for 20 years. They were inspired early in their marriage to “give God permission” to accomplish His will in their lives. Through moves, job changes and managing a busy family of five children, seeking God’s will has been their goal. Jean and Janice are a speaker couple for “Supper and Substance,” teach a series on couple prayer and are active in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. They are passionate about encouraging others to move through life with the confidence and security that comes from knowing that God indeed has a mighty plan for our lives!

ALEX LORIO  is Campus Minister and Theology Teacher at Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie, LA. He had a life-changing encounter with the Holy Spirit while on a retreat in high school and loves witnessing what God can do with today’s youth. Alex is a member of the Conference Steering Committee, leads the CCRNO Youth Ministry and has a Master’s degree in Theology from Notre Dame Seminary. He is a man of deep prayer, which is evident in his speaking and writing.

DANNY LOAR was baptized in the Holy Spirit in 1988 and has been very active in the Charismatic Renewal since then. He has had three professional careers: high school and college history teacher, transportation manager in the chemical industry and 13 years as chief lobbyist for the Catholic Bishops of Louisiana at the State Capitol. He is retired but substitute teaches and serves as music minister at the Our Lady of Mercy prayer group in Baton Rouge. He will give testimony to his miraculous healing through the power of prayer.

When his disciples wanted to learn to pray, Jesus taught them the Our Father with the petition, “Thy kingdom come.” Jesus spoke a great deal about God’s Kingdom, mentioned some 85 times in the gospels.

The petition, “Thy kingdom come,” summarizes the ultimate goal and end-point of creation. It says in 1 Cor. 15:24-28 that in the end, Jesus will present the kingdom to the Father and God will be “all in all.” We join all our interests and intentions with what is most on God’s heart – that his kingdom come. In the Preface of Christ the King, his eternal and universal kingdom is called “a kingdom of truth and life, holiness and grace, justice, love, and peace.”

For 44 years this Conference has been a “kingdom event” in the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the Gulf South region. Come and experience the healing prayer and ministry of Sr. Briege McKenna; the preaching and teaching ministry of Fr. John Gordon, Fr. Beau Charbonnet, Jean and Janice Tobin; Testimonies by Alex Lorio and Danny Loar; and the praise, worship and fellowship with hundreds from the region when we will all unite in praying together, “Thy Kingdom Come!

Al Mansfield, Conference Chairman

Please Note! There is a fee for every session including the Friday night and Sunday morning Healing Session. Fee is for the Talk and Healing Service, not for the Sunday Mass. However, seating is limited and those registered for the Conference will have first priority for seats at Mass. Please respect this policy.

Your greatest savings is to pre-register for the entire weekend since the on site registration is higher in each category (see form for details). We do not take pre-registration for Single Sessions. This must be done on-site. Each Single Session is $30. Saturday afternoon adult session is a Single Session.

Pre-register by March 16 (Mail) or March 23 (office). Onsite registration begins at 5 p.m. Refunds before March 13.

Family registration includes family members (dependent children) who live in the same household ONLY. Give the name of each person registering.

Priests, seminarians, deacons and their families, and religious are invited at no charge, however, please pre-register. Should anyone need financial help to attend this conference, please seek assistance from prayer group or write our office.

HOW TO REGISTER For Conference: www.ccrno.org * 504-828-1368 * info@ccrno.org

For Both Hotels: www.ccrno.org/bookhotels.

For Copeland Tower: 504-888-9500. For Comfort Inn: 504-526-4595

Use numbers above, not toll free. Mention CCRNO SRC for group rate.

All Conference Sessions are held at:

Copeland Tower Suites and Conference Center

2601 Severn Ave., Metairie, LA  70002

Call: 504-888-9500, not the toll-free number.

This property now has two hotels at the same location. Please register for your choice.

COPELAND TOWER SUITES AND CONFERENCE CENTER

Conference rate: $155 King and Queen Suites. Complimentary breakfast.

Hotel Direct: 504-888-9500

COMFORT INN AND SUITES METAIRIE

Conference Rate: $115 s/d/t/q. Complimentary breakfast.

Hotel Direct: 504-526-4595

No rooms guaranteed after 3/14/20.

Use the phone numbers above, not the toll-free number and mention CCRNO SRC for group rate.

Specify name of hotel.

More parking on Hullen St.

Friday, March 27

3:00 Intercessory Prayer Session: Denise Beyer

3:30 Mass of Intercession: Fr. John Gordon

5:00 Registration opens

7:00 Welcome: Al Mansfield

MC: Deacon Larry Oney

Music: Joyful Noise

Greeting: Archbishop Aymond

8:30 Talk: Sr. Briege McKenna, “Thy Kingdom Come”

Prayer for Healing: Sr. Briege McKenna

Saturday, March 28

9:00 Mass: Fr. Beau Charbonnet

10:30 Praise and Worship

MC: Al Mansfield

10:45 Testimony: Danny Loar, “Jesus Healed Me”

Alex Lorio, “The Baptism in the Spirit in My Life.”

12:00 Lunch

12:45 Prayer Ministry in Ballroom (1 hour)

2:00 Talk: Jean and Janice Charbonnet, “Give God Permission”

3:00 Skit: Youth Work Crew

3:15 Fr. John Gordon, “The Kingdom of God Does Not

Consist in Talk but in Power”

Prayer for Empowerment

7:00 Praise and Worship

MC: Andi Oney

Sharing: Patti Mansfield

“Mary, Pass in Front”

Sr. Briege McKenna

“Mary and the Holy Spirit”

Prayer for Healing: Sr. Briege McKenna

10:00 Praise Party with Joyful Noise

Sunday March 29

9:00 Praise and Worship

MC: Patti Mansfield

9:30 Sr. Briege McKenna, “Miracles Do Happen”

10:15 Eucharistic Procession and Benediction:

Fr. Bill Henry

Prayer for Healing during Procession:

Sr. Briege McKenna

11:00 Mass: Fr. John Gordon

Night sessions begin at 7:00 p.m. Please be on time.

Sunday Mass concludes before lunch, about 12:30 p.m.

Changes are possible in the scheduling of speakers if circumstances dictate.

Sponsorships will be available to support the Southern Regional Conference of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.   

Once again this year we will be using two screens to project our songs during the sessions and to project our sponsorships between the sessions. In addition, we will display a list of donor names in the Lobby. We anticipate nearly 1000 people from the Gulf South to be in attendance.

Please note the following levels of support:

Seraphim:  Logo or Name, to be shown four times per rotation. One sponsor per screen.

Cherubim:  Logo, up to 4 lines of text. One sponsor per screen, $225.

Warriors:  Logo, up to 3 lines of text. 3/4 of screen, $170.

Watchers: Name, up to 2 lines of text. Two sponsors per screen, $115.

Archangels: Name, 1 line of text. Four sponsors per screen, $65.

Angels: Name only. Eight names per screen, $35.

Logos must be submitted print-ready in jpg by email to info@ccrno.org.  All sponsorships need to be received by, February 6, 2019. Questions? Call CCRNO at 504-828-1368 or email us at info@ccrno.org.  

Online Sponsorship form coming soon.

Thank you in advance for your support for this evangelistic outreach!

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Archbishop Aymond Welcome