ANNOUNCEMENT: Learn this Saturday how to watch Rome’s premier Life and Family conference
April 11, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — This coming Saturday, April 13, at 1pm EST, LifeSite co-founder John-Henry Westen is hosting a 15-minute webinar that will include a special announcement about the upcoming Rome Life Forum, which is being held at the Angelicum in Rome from May 16 to 17.
The theme of this year’s conference, the sixth such gathering, is “City of God vs. City of Man — Global One World Order vs. Christendom.”
Saturday’s webinar is a must-watch for anyone unable to make the trip to Europe but is still interested in viewing the Rome Life Forum live as it happens.
LifeSite will be on location and providing streaming video to those who purchase a 1-day or 2-day video pass for the conference. More information about watching the conference online will be made available in the coming days and weeks. John-Henry will also provide details about watching over the internet as well, so be sure to tune in to his 1pm EST broadcast.
Registration for the Rome Life Forum is currently open. In-person attendance costs 100 Euros, or approximately 112 U.S. dollars or 150 Canadian dollars. The highly anticipated annual event, hosted by Voice of the Family, will feature three cardinals and many top Catholic leaders from around the world.
Scheduled speakers include dubia cardinal Raymond Burke; dubia cardinal Walter Brandmüller; Cardinal Willem Eijk (Netherlands); Fr. Kevin O’Reilly, O.P. (Angelicum, Italy); Dr. Alan Fimister (U.K./USA); Professor Roberto de Mattei (Lepanto Foundation, Italy); Steven Mosher (Population Research Institute, USA); Anthony Murphy (Catholic Voice, Ireland); and John-Henry Westen (LifeSiteNews, Canada). Click here to see the full schedule for the conference.
Again, be sure to tune in Saturday, April 13 at 1pm EST for a special 15-minute announcement from John-Henry about watching the 2019 Rome Life Forum online.
This year’s Rome Life Forum is co-sponsored by Associazione Famiglia Domani (Italy), Family Life International New Zealand, LifeSiteNews, Population Research Institute (USA), and the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (U.K.). It will be followed by the annual Rome March for Life on Saturday, May 18.