Frequently Asked Questions

2017 Conference

Frequently Asked Questions


****Due to the weather, the venue has informed us that we cannot start at our planned time to ensure safety of all participants.

Doors will open at 9:00 AM  The first session will begin at 9:30 AM.

The rest of the schedule will be adjusted and we will still finish by 4:15 pm at the latest.

Thank you for your understanding!


Thank you to our presenting sponsors

The Knights of Columbus Lister Agency. Please reach out to learn more about aligning your faith with your finances.



Catholic Charities St. Louis - Bringing the healing, help, and hope of Jesus Christ to those in need across the region of St. Louis.


How do I register?

Tickets may be purchase online. If you cannot purchase tickets online, please contact to reserve your spot.


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Is group registration offered?

We can manually accept group registrations offline. Please contact for more details.


Where will the Conference be held?

The conference will be held at the Si Commons at St. Louis University High School. 

4970 Oakland Ave

St. Louis, MO 63110

Parking is available free of charge at the St.. Louis Science Center Lot - See Map. 


Will the Conference be live-streamed?

The conference will not be live streamed, however the talks will be recorded and posted on the CMFC website two weeks after the conference. 


Are walk-ins welcome?

Yes, walkins are welcome, however the price goes up. The price at the door is $50, compared to $40 in advance. Tickets will be sold at the standard rate ($40) through 2/15 at 11:59pm. After this all registrations will be charged the walk up rate.  Early bird pricing ($30 is available through 1/17). 


How old do I need to be to attend.

It's up to you, but we recommend that boys no younger than 13 or 14 (eighth grade) attend. Minors should be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 


I decided not to come. Can I get a refund?

Refunds will not be offered. Those participants who decide not to attend can receive recordings of the talks upon request. 

What should I bring with me and what should I leave at home?

Many men bring a bible and something to take notes. You may also want a bag for items you buy or resources they gather from vendors. The temperature of the venue varies, so we suggest bringing a sweater.


I lost my ticket. What should I do?

Don't worry! If you registered online, you can search your email for your registration confirmation. If you cannot find it please email

Does registration include lunch?

Yes! If you have dietary restrictions that we need to know about, please let us know at least two weeks prior to the conference date by calling 314.792.7171, emailing or indicate your preferences if you register online. 

I want to become a Conference Supporter. Where can I get this information?

Thank you to those sponsors who make our event possible!  Please download the sponsorship form here and submit it to

I want to become a vendor. Where can I sign up?

Sign up to become a vendor! Fill out the online application here.

Questions-  Email


I want to advertise in the program. Where can I sign up?

Thank you to those advertisers who make our event possible!  Please download the advertisement form here and submit it to


Who is speaking?

Read our speaker Bios here!


I want to volunteer. Where can I sign up?

Please sign up for a shift here. Email with any questions.


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What is the schedule of the day?

8:00     Venue Doors and Vendors Open

8:00     Adoration + Confession Begins 

8:45     Opening Prayer and Welcome

9:00     Session 1 Conversion – Dr. Edward Sri

9:40     Break

10:05   Session 2 Reconciliation -  Fr. Anthony Wieck SJ

10:45   Adoration

11:30   Mass - Celebrant and Homilist: Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski 

12:30   Lunch 

1:20     Session 3  Discipleship – Dr. Edward Sri 

2:25     Break 

2:50     Adoration + Confession Ends

2:50     Session 4:  Evangelization - Pete Burak

3:45     Closing Remarks

4:00     Dismissal


"Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect."

-Romans 12:2