Sr. Elizabeth Marie Kalscheur is a member of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia of Nashville, TN. Since entering her community in 2004, she has taught at Catholic schools in five states and is currently teaching in the Ethics and Culture and Religion departments at Frassati Catholic High School in Spring, TX. She grew up in a small town in Wisconsin and is so grateful for the simple childhood provided for her by her parents. She has a Masters' degree in Catholic Studies from the University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN) and loves helping others to find ways to build an authentically Catholic culture.
Anna Nuzzo is an acclaimed International Christian Recording Artist & Singer/Songwriter known for her consoling music and beautiful prayer songs. She has transformed many prayers into song, such as the Marian Consecration Prayer, Lord's Prayer, Memorare, Guardian Angel Prayer, Hail Mary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Hail Holy Queen, etc. Her ministry on international television and radio has reached millions of viewers worldwide.
Patty Schneier is a life-long Catholic, housewife, and mother of three from the Archdiocese of St. Louis. She and her husband Larry are active members in their parish, where Patty cantors for Sunday Mass.
Since October 2003, Patty has been speaking at parishes and Catholic Conferences across the United States, sharing her personal testimony “Prove It, God!”… And He Did. Using song, scripture, and writings from her journal, Patty shares the story of her challenge to God and His daily response. The results were life changing!
Her conversion marks the beginning of a totally new life in Christ, a renewed marriage, and a ministry in public speaking. In 2007, Bishop Paul Zipfel sent 25,000 copies of her testimony to every Catholic household in the diocese of Bismarck, ND , and in June 2013, it was distributed nationwide as the “CD of the Month” for Lighthouse Catholic Media. With additional talks written specifically for teens, parents, women’s groups, and priests, Patty gives witness to the beauty of the Church’s teachings and her love of the Catholic Faith.
Our eternal salvation depends on our reception of the most Holy Eucharist. “Take and drink, this is my Blood. Do this in memory of me.” With these words Jesus instituted the greatest of all of the Sacraments, the Sacrament of the most Holy Eucharist.
The greatest action that we can carry out on earth is to receive Jesus into our hearts, minds, and souls in Holy Communion. Even the angels, including the highest choir of angels, cannot receive Jesus into themselves in Holy Communion, but we can. For this reason, the angels experience a holy envy towards us!
Our dynamic speakers will remind us how to grow in love with the Eucharist and how to build a Eucharistic home. CLICK HERE to register!
Building a Eucharistic Home
2019 Houston Catholic Women's Conference
Early Registration January 29 - March 10 - $55
Early Registration Buddy Pass - $85
Registration March 11 - April 5 - $65
At the door, if available- $75.00