Registration is Open for the 2019 Annual Assembly!

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We are delighted to announce that registration is OPEN for the 2019 Annual Assembly! This is your invitation to join us at the MO State Capitol on Saturday, Oct. 5 to worship, learn, connect, and advocate with fellow Catholics from around the state. The theme for the 2019 gathering is, "Raising the Next Generation of Catholic Advocates." The keynote address and workshops will focus on how we can help lead and nurture young Catholics to become a voice for the voiceless in a variety of capacities. 

This year, we are switching up the format. Instead of breaking out into groups for morning workshops, the entire morning session will be held in the House Chamber, where all attendees of the Annual Assembly will gather to hear Catholic advocates who have championed for the common good in varying areas speak about their experiences advocating for poor, unborn, and under-served persons throughout their lives. We look forward to this opportunity to celebrate their achievements, and to encourage the next generation of Catholic advocates to follow in their footsteps. A Q&A session will follow.
 

You may choose to attend one of the six engaging afternoon workshops and then join the Missouri Bishops for Mass at St. Peters following the conclusion of the workshops.

As always, this event is FREE and includes lunch. We encourage you to bring a friend (or two!) to enjoy the day with. For more details and to register, visit the Annual Assembly 2019 page on our website.

July 26, 2019 - 11:59am
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