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Join us for the
2017 National Fatima Conference
Mount St. Michael in Spokane, WA
October 11 - 15, 2017
for the
100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima


A gathering of Traditional Catholics from around the country for
five days of Latin Masses, spiritual exercises, inspiring lectures and sermons,
in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Sponsored by the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen

Registration deadline is October 1, 2017!

The Keynote Banquet is FULL as of October 1; no more seats are available.


Most Rev. Mark A. Pivarunas, CMRI, celebrates the Silver Jubilee of his episcopal consecration on September 24. Ordained in 1985, His Excellency was raised to the episcopacy in 1991 by the late Bishop Moises Carmona. Bishop Pivarunas is the superior general of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen, pastor of Mary Immaculate Church in Omaha, rector of Mater Dei Seminary, and principal of Mater Dei Academy. His Excellency also founded the Congregation of Sisters of the Mother of God to assist in his work for souls.

Rev. Father Casimir Puskorius, CMRI: Ordained by Bishop George Musey in 1986, Fr. Casimir Puskorius served in several parishes until taking up residence at Mount St. Michael in 2001, where he has been pastor since. Father is not only pastor of St. Michael’s parish, and a teacher in St. Michael’s Academy, but he is also an accomplished organist and choir director. Father Casimir frequently plays the organ for various ceremonies and sometimes joins in singing with the choir, when not himself offering Mass.

Rev. Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI: Over the years as a priest and religious, Father Benedict has spent his life in various works in the service of our Blessed Mother, particularly in the field of education. Father founded St. Joseph Seminary in 1999 and is also pastor of our oldest parish, Mary Immaculate Queen Church in northern Idaho. He is also the editor of The Reign of Mary magazine and a regular speaker at our annual Fatima Conference.

Rev. Father Dominic Radecki, CMRI: Along with his twin brother, Fr. Dominic was ordained by Bishop Robert McKenna in 1988. Since his ordination, Father has served as pastor of Queen of Angels Church in Santa Clarita, California. He has also co-authored (along with Fr. Francisco Radecki) the books What Has Happened to the Catholic Church and Tumultuous Times, both of which have benefited numerous souls seeking answers to the dilemmas of our day. Fr. Dominic has also written numerous articles for The Reign of Mary particularly for the benefit of our confraternity members.

Rev. Father Brendan Hughes, CMRI: After his ordination in 1989 by Bishop Robert McKenna, Fr. Brendan Hughes spent two years assisting at various parish assignments and taeaching at Mater Dei Seminary. In 1992 he founded Immaculate Conception Parish in St. Cloud, Minnesota, where he has been in residence since. Father has also written many articles for The Reign of Mary magazine, especially on the subject of Church history.

Fr. Ephrem Cordova, CMRI, was ordained on March 10, 1990. He is the pastor of Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Phoenix, Arizona. Father also provides Mass and the sacraments for the faithful in Tucson and other locations. He has been a speaker at the Fatima Conference several times in the past, sharing his insights on various dangers to faith and morals faced by traditional Catholics striving to persevere in the Faith in these troubled times.

Rev. Father Michael Anaya: An alumnus of St. Michael’s Academy, Fr. Anaya was ordained by His Excellency, Bishop Pivarunas, in 1997. Since then, he has served in various parishes, including Most Holy Rosary Church in Michigan, Our Lady of Victory Church in Ontario, and St. Joseph’s Church in Colorado. After spending several years at Mount St. Michael, Father is currently the pastor of St. Mary’s Church in Tacoma, Washington. Father will be the emcee of this year’s Fatima Conference.

Rev. Father Michael Oswalt is a formerly ordained Vatican II priest who realized soon after his ordination that the teachings of the modern Church are very different from those of the Catholic Church founded by Jesus Christ. This led to his leaving the Conciliar Church and eventually coming to Mount St. Michael, where he was ordained in the traditional rite in 2011. Father is pastor of St. Benedict’s Traditional Roman Catholic Church in Lacey’s Spring, Alabama, and has an extensive mission circuit in the southern states.

Rev. Mother Mary Agnes, CMRI: One of the early members of the Congregation, Rev. Mother made her first profession of vows in 1968. She has held a variety of duties, including Novice Mistress for five years, and coordinator of Mary Immaculate Queen Center for over 20 years. Rev. Mother has been on mission in Illinois, New Zealand, Colorado and Tacoma. She was elected Mother General of the CMRI Sisters in 2010. She also currently serves as St. Michael’s Academy grade school principal and teaches in the high school.

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Basic Schedule

Wednesday, October 11
2:00-4:30 pm – Check-in (Registration)
4:30 pm – Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary; confessions available
5:00 pm – Holy Mass and Introductory remarks with overview of the Fatima Conference
6:00 pm – Dinner with the Priests and Religious with celebration of Sr. Mary Bernadette’s 50th Anniversary of Vows

Thursday, October 12
Low Mass
Five lectures throughout the day
Banquet & Keynote Address by Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI: Fatima and Perseverance in the Faith

Friday, October 13
Pontifical High Mass
Lecture by Bishop Mark A. Pivarunas, CMRI
Two afternoon lectures
Candlelight procession with Rosary
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and All-Night Adoration

Saturday, October 14
Day of Recollection after Holy Mass and breakfast
4 Conferences on the Spiritual Life
Renewal of the Act of Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary
Dinner and Lecture

Sunday, October 15
High Mass sung by Conference guests and Parish Choir
Open House at Mary Immaculate Queen Church at City of Mary
Chanted Vespers
Closing ceremonies: Rosary, Devotions in Honor of Our Lady of Fatima, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament; closing remarks; farewell to Our Lady of Fatima

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Rates for Fatima Conference 2017

* The Mount does have an elevator for those who have difficulties using the stairs.




$300 per person

$150 per person

$75 per person

• Double-occupancy room
   (5 nights)
• All meals
• Banquet and Keynote Address
• All lectures
• Outing on Sunday
• All meals
• Banquet and Keynote Address
• All lectures
• Outing on Sunday
• Does not include room!
• Friday evening
• All meals and lectures on
   Saturday and Sunday         
• Outing on Sunday
• Does not include room!


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Breakfast   $  7.00       $  5.00            All day lectures     $25.00       $20.00    
Lunch   $  8.00       $  5.00            Sunday Dinner   $25.00       $20.00    
Dinner/Lecture   $30.00       $25.00            Keynote Banquet   NA       $35.00    
Sunday Outing   $30.00       $20.00            Room per extra night   $40.00       $30.00    

Please note that we are not able to offer single rooms. Rooms are rented on a first-come, first-served basis. Hotels and motels within 15 minutes of Mount St. Michael are located primarily on north Division. If it is your first time in Spokane and you do not plan to stay at the Mount, let us know so that we can send you necessary directions. It would, of course, be imperative for you to have your own transportation. Spokane has many high-quality hotels, most of them located within 25 minutes of the Mount.

An opportunity for zeal and charity: Do you have the means to sponsor someone for the Conference who cannot afford to attend? Please let us know if you would like to help.

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