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The Conference offers an in depth opportunity to grow deeper in our faith in God thru what he has revealed to us in the Holy Eucharist. With documented examples going back over 1000 years, to examples as recent as the last two years. Astonishing Miracles!
Conference begins noon Friday and goes through noon Sunday. You won't want to miss a minute!
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Hear about the many miracles happening around the world. Spend time in our adoration chapel, available 24/7.
Come get inspiration that will ignite your faith. Invite your family and friends to join you.
To grow in knowing, loving and serving Our Lord more deeply and intentionally. Learn about the many Eucharistic miracles around the world. Discover what the Church teaches about this precious gift and why it is pivotal to your spiritual journey. “O come let us adore Him.”
Father Ethan was ordained in 2015, spending the first 3 years as an associate pastor for a cluster of Dayton parishes. He has been the chaplain/pastor of the Newman Center at Wright State University. Father Ethan is currently the pastor of Uptown Catholic, a cluster of three unique parishes in the Clifton area near the University of Cincinnati. He currently is also the Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry.
Former Presbyterian, is now a permanent Deacon in the Catholic Church. Deacon Graham is the director of advertising for The Catholic Telegraph and performs duties at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Cincinnati, Oh. Deacon Graham also serves on the Board of Trustees for Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center.
Father Ryan Ruiz was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in May of 2008. He currently serves as Dean of the School of Theology, Director of Liturgy, Assistant Professor of Liturgy and Sacraments, and formation faculty member at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology, Cincinnati.
Father Leo Patalinghug is a priest member of a community of consecrated life, Voluntas Dei (The Will of God). His diverse background as an award-winning chef, radio, and TV host, gives him a unique perspective on ministry and family life. He runs a thriving ministry called, Plating Grace.
Father Leo is one of a group of Eucharistic Preacher priests who have been commissioned to enkindle the flame of eucharistic faith and devotion in the United States through eucharistic preaching.
Sr. Faustina Maria is a member of the Children of Mary order. It is a semi-contemplative order with both prayer and active apostolates. Sister made her final vows in and has been working in various apostolates catechizing the young, ministering to those in prison, giving talks and workshops and loving Our Eucharistic Lord.
Fr. Ignatius John Schweitzer, O.P. is a Dominican priest of the St. Joseph (Eastern) Province. He was ordained in 2011. He spent six years living as a monk in a Carthusian monastery. He then returned to the Dominicans, discerning a strong call from the Lord to help others grow in the spiritual and mystical life. He is the prior of St. Catherine of Siena Priory in New York City.
Father Jack has an MDiv. and an MA in Biblical Studies from the Athenaeum of Ohio, Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary. He also has an STL in Mariology from the International Marian Research Institute.
In 2007, Fr. Rob Jack started an apostolate, Delivering the Faith, producing and distributing catechetical talks and homilies on CD. He makes Rosaries and produces prayer cards to help people grow in their faith. He has been involved in Catholic Radio since 1999 and the founding of Sacred Heart Radio. He can be heard daily as the host of “Driving Home the Faith.”
In 1998 Father Benjamin began his studies at St. Paul’s Catholic Seminary Sowutuom in Accra, Ghana. On July 12, 2003, he entered the priesthood in the Diocese of Goasa in Ghana, Africa. Father lived and worked in a diocese until 2016 serving various roles such as parish priest, chaplain, and Vocations Director. He then began studies at the Athenaeum of Ohio in 2016. Since 2019 he has served full-time as The Holy Spirit Center’s in-house priest and Spiritual Director. Father has a strong devotion to Our Lady of Fatima, and he is a gifted homilist and speaker.
Deacon Nathan was ordained April 27, 2019. He grew up in Cincinnati before joining the Marine Corps. Returning home, after graduate studies in business and theology, he's now CFO at Moeller High School. He also serves as a men's mentor at a local pro-life pregnancy center. He currently works for the parish and pastor as an ordained minster at St. Cecilia Catholic Church. Deacon Nathan serves as Secretary of the Board of Trustees for Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center.