NAPA Institute 2021
If you couldn’t attend the 11th Napa Summer Conference, EWTN is providing the next best thing - encore presentations of these dynamic speakers and their keynote addresses that energized the crowd and made history.
HOW TO EFFECTIVELY DEFEND THE CHURCH’S CONTROVERSIAL MORAL TEACHINGS
In his keynote address, EWTN host and President of the Magis Center for Reason and Faith, Fr. Robert Spitzer, explains how to effectively defend the more controversial moral teachings of the Catholic Church.
R.R. Reno, Editor of First Things Magazine, America’s most influential journal of religion and public life, speaks on the American Awakening at the 11TH Napa Summer Conference.
THE GREAT AWOKENING: NEO-MARXISM, CRITICAL RACE THEORY, AND OTHER CONTEMPORARY GNOSTIC RELIGIONS
An examination of the controversy over neo-Marxism, critical race theory and other contemporary gnostic religions by Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at University of California at Irvine.
SPIRITUAL WARFARE ON THE WAY TO MAKING ALL THINGS NEW
Breakout session with Fr. Ambrose Christe, O. Praem., Novice Master & Director of Formation at the Norbertine Abbey of St. Michael in Orange County, California.
SEXUAL REVOLUTION & IDENTITY POLITICS
Mary Eberstadt, the Panula Chair in Christian Culture at the Catholic Information Center gives her keynote address on the sexual revolution and identity politics at the 11TH Napa Summer Conference.
A CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO A WORLD GONE WOKE
If you feel like the world has gone woke, then this session is for you. Author, speaker and EWTN host, Chris Stefanak formulates the Christian response to an increasingly woke world at the 11TH Napa Summer Conference.
WHY DO WE NEED THE CHURCH?
At the 11th Napa Summer Conference, the Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, Ninth Archbishop of Philadelphia, delivers his stirring keynote address on the urgent need for the Catholic Church in this time and place.
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN: THE CASE FOR THE BODY IN PUBLIC BIOETHICS
O. Carter Snead, Director of Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, makes the case for the body in public bioethics. Hear what it means to be human in his keynote session at the 11th Napa Summer Conference.