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Register to watch the Amazon Synod Roundtable live stream on Friday, October 4th beginning at 9am U.S. EST! Click here

October 3, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The long-awaited Amazon Synod is nearly here. In just three days time, Catholic clergy from all over the world will gather in Rome. From the looks of it, there is going to be an all-out war on core teachings of our beloved Catholic faith.

Be sure to tune in to tomorrow’s Amazon Synod roundtable, hosted by Voice of the Family. Although the roundtable is taking place in Rome, it can be live-streamed for free online.

Click here to register for this truly unique event aimed at defending the faith of our fathers.

Coverage begins at 9:00 am U.S. Eastern Standard Time and lasts until 12:00 noon (3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m Rome Time).

Now is the time for prayer. Now is the time for action. Catholics cannot sit idly by as liberal and modernist bishops plot and scheme their way towards abolishing centuries of established Church doctrine and traditions. The Mystical Body of Christ has to be defended.

Some of today's top defenders of Christ and his teachings will be at this one-of-a-kind gathering. John-Henry Westen, Dr. Taylor Marshall, Professor Roberto de Mattei, Michael Voris, and more are participating.

This is a must-watch event. Do not miss out!

Other speakers at the roundtable discussion, which will be moderated by John Smeaton, chief executive of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (UK), include, Michael Matt (The Remnant, USA), Jeanne Smits (Journalist, France), Marco Tosatti (Stilum Curiae, Italy), José Antonio Ureta (TFP, France), and Riccardo Cascioli (La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana, Italy)

The discussion will be held in English with simultaneous translation into Italian. If you’re unable to tune into the roundtable at the time it’s being live-streamed or in its entirety tomorrow, registrants will be able to access a replay later.

Click here to register for this truly unique event.


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