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(LifeSiteNews) – LifeSiteNews co-founder and editor-in-chief John-Henry Westen will join Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò and a number of Catholic leaders in addressing this years Catholic Identity Conference in Pittsburgh.

John-Henry Westen will be joining a host of Catholic clergy, academics and journalists in Pittsburgh on September 30 through October 2, for the annual Catholic Identity Conference.

Entitled “Traditionis Custodes and the Great Reset: Where do we go from here?,” the conference builds on the success of previous events, which draw Catholic from across the globe.

Former Apostolic Nuncio to the U.S. Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò will be addressing the conference participants via video, and Kazakhstan’s Bishop Athanasius Schneider will be joining John-Henry in person at the event.

Other speakers at the conference include: The Remnant’s Michael Matt; Stephen Mosher, China expert and president of the Population Research Institute; clerics from the Society of St. Pius X, the Institute of Christ the King, the Fraternity of Saint Peter, the Institute of the Good Shepherd, and Fr. James Mawdsley; The Remnant’s Vatican correspondent Diane Montagna.  

The assembled experts will discuss topics such as the restrictions imposed on the traditional Mass, resisting the Great Reset, the betrayal of Hong Kong’s Cardinal Joseph Zen, and the current crisis of the Vatican.

There will also be talks addressing the Catholic response to various forms of persecution, both religious and political.

While in-person attendance at the conference is already sold out, those interested may view the conference online, both live and on-demand afterwards, courtesy of The Remnant TV.

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