Our Lady of Guadalupe is the one apparition of Our Lady that is still with us. I’d like for you to join me on an educational pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe. You might be nervous about traveling to Mexico, but the New Saint Thomas Institute has teamed up with 206 Tours to provide a first class pilgrimage with experienced Catholic tour guides, Catholic priests to say Mass for us and hear confessions, Spanish translators, clean coaches, clean water, great food, and your hotel in the nicest neighborhood of Mexico City.

Please watch this video where I explain this unique pilgrimage and show you photos of our itinerary (and there’s a coupon discount code):

Get the details and sign up for this Guadalupe pilgrimage by clicking here.

If you’ve ever wanted to see the tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe, this is an excellent opportunity to experience it on a professional tour with academic instruction along the way. I’ll also be teaching four NSTI classes while we ride on the coaches to various shrines and churches:

  1. History and Tradition of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  2. Mary as Mediatrix
  3. How to Explain Mary to Protestants
  4. The History of Marian Doctrine and Dogma over 2,000 years

You can learn all about the pilgrimage in this video.

  • Feb 4-9, 2015
  • Discount for current active Members of NSTI (use coupon code)

Please reserve your spot by clicking here.

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Date: February 4, 2016—February 9, 2016
Event: Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Sponsor: New Saint Thomas Institute
800-206-TOUR (8687)
Location: Mexico City
Mexico
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.

Dr. Taylor Marshall will be leading an Eternal City Pilgrimage to Rome from June 26 to July 5 2016.

Please click here to see the full itinerary: Eternal City Pilgrimage Itinerary with Taylor Marshall 

Date: June 26, 2016—July 5, 2016
Event: Eternal City Pilgrimage to Rome
Sponsor: New Saint Thomas Institute
Location: Rome, Loretto, Assisi, Montecassino, San Giovanni Rotondo
Italy
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.

I’m honored to be giving two talks on the Sacrament of Confession and Divine Mercy at the Branches of the Word Regenerate(d) conference. Please join us for a great weekend!

Date: October 3, 2015—October 4, 2015
Event: Regenerate(d) 2015 Conference
Sponsor: Regenerate(d)
Venue: Soctiabank Convention Centre
Location: 6815 Stanley Ave.
Niagra Falls
Canada
Public: Public

I’m honored to a faculty member for the Rome Experience for seminarians. I’ll be teaching a 18 class course in Rome for seminary credit based on my book The Eternal City: Rome and the Origins of Catholic Christianity.

About The Rome Experience

The Rome Experience is a cultural and spiritual pilgrimage for diocesan seminarians.

Founded in 2007 at the request and under the direction of the Bishops Advisory Board, the Rome Experience provides seminarians preparing for the diocesan priesthood the opportunity to contemplate and nurture their divine call to the priesthood and to holiness as they pray and study in the heart of the Catholic Church, beside the Chair of St. Peter, and at the tombs of the saints and martyrs.

The program follows the Vatican Congregation for the Clergy’s Directory for the Ministry and the Life of the Priests (2013), and is inspired by the thought and work of St. Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei, who dedicated many years of his life to caring for the spiritual and human needs of diocesan priests, and remains a spiritual guide for many priests today.

A cultural and spiritual pilgrimage for diocesan seminarians

Through the Rome Experience, seminarians have the opportunity to pray and learn at some of the holy and historically significant sites of Christianity, including the Shrine of St. John Vianney in Ars, France, the major basilicas of Rome, the Catacombs, and many more.

As a pilgrimage experience, The Rome Experience encourages the seminarians prayerfully to discover the hand of God in his Church and to receive a stimulus for their spiritual lives and ongoing formation. As pilgrims, they will benefit more deeply from:

Spiritual Formation

5-day retreat in Ars, France
Daily schedule that includes Holy Mass, the liturgy of the hours, mental prayer, and the Holy Rosary
Sacrament of Penance, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and spiritual meditations
Living in close proximity to the Holy Father
Pilgrimages to churches and tombs of the martyrs and saints
Fraternity

Seminarians from across the United States
Daily prayers, meals, and classes
Movie nights
Sports and hiking excursions
Free-time
Cultural & Intellectual Formation

Being immersed in the cultural history of the Church
Experiencing the beauty of the Church’s art and architecture
Academic courses:
History of the Church and Papacy
Biblical Theology
Christian Art and Architecture
Expert instructors from the United States and Rome
Guided tours and excursions to religious and cultural sites
Papal liturgies and audiences
Visits to Vatican Congregations
The Rome Experience is designed to complement existing programs of formation in diocesan seminaries for students who have completed at least their first year of theology.

Monday, June 8 – Friday, June 12, 2015
Monday, June 15 – Friday, June 19, 2015.

in Vatican City, CIAM (Centre International Animation Missionnaire)

Date: June 7, 2015—June 20, 2015
Event: Rome Experience
Topic: The Eternal City: The Theology of Rome
Sponsor: The Rome Experience
Venue: CIAM (Centre International Animation Missionnaire)
Location: Vatican City
Public: Private

I’m honored to giving a presentation at the Defending the Faith Conference in Steubenville on July 25, 2015. My workshop will be in the afternoon of the 25th. I don’t have the time yet. I’ll be giving a message titled: Saint Paul’s Theology of the Body: Saint Paul on Sexual Ethics.

Date: July 25, 2015
Event: Defending the Faith Conference
Sponsor: 2015 Steubenville Defending the Faith Conference

I’m honored to be presenting at the Steubenville Applied Biblical Studies Conference on July 2224, 2015. I’ll be explaining how “Saint Paul was a Catholic Priest.”

Date: July 23, 2015
Event: Applied Biblical Studies Conference
Sponsor: Steubenville Applied Biblical Studies Conference
Public: Public

We’re going on pilgrimage to the Holy Land! This pilgrimage will be unique because it will be a pilgrimage, retreat, and educational experience rolled into one. We’re going Feb 1-11, 2015 (when the Holy Land is cool and not burning hot!).

We will also be renewing our baptismal vows at the Jordan River and our wedding vows at Cana where Christ elevated marriage to the dignity of a sacrament!

Please don’t delay. View our itinerary and reserve your spot by clicking here.

Date: February 1, 2015
Event: Holy Land Pilgrimage with Taylor!
Topic: The Crucified Rabbi
Sponsor: New Saint Thomas Institute
Venue: Holy Land
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.

Every Third Thursday, we’ll continue our Dallas/Fort Worth Catena for the New Saint Thomas Institute.

We get together for dinner and discuss theology. The next one is November 21.

I’m still trying to nail down a restaurant or location with a private room and enough space.

* A catena is a theology study group for the New Saint Thomas Institute. The NSTI hopes to have one in every major city.

Learn more about the New Saint Thomas Institute by clicking here.

Date: November 21, 2013
Time: 07:00-09:00pm
Event: Dallas Study Group on Thomas Aquinas
Sponsor: New Saint Thomas Institute
Venue: TBA
Registration: Click here to register.

I’m honored to be speaking at the Fall Catholic Men’s Conference at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Carrollton, Texas on October 12, 2013.

This year’s theme is “Answering the Call to Holiness.”

I’ll be giving the three presentations during our conference:

  1. 9:45am “Saint Joseph: Pattern for Leaders, Husbands, and Fathers”
  2. 10:45am “The Catholic Man: Why We Lost Catholic Masculinity and How We Can Restore It”
  3. 2:00pm “Liturgy of Life: 9 Practical Ways to Take Your Spiritual Walk to the Next Level”

Men in Dallas-Fort Worth, I hope you can make it. I look forward to meeting you.

Holy Mass is at 8:30am. The conference begins at 9:15am.

I’ll be signing books throughout the day.

If you’d like me to speak at your parish’s men’s conference, parish event, or conference, please visit my speaking page and check my availability.

Date: October 12, 2013
Time: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Event: Fall Catholic Men’s Conference: Answering the Call to Holiness
Topic: Why We Lost Masculinity and How We Can Restore It
Sponsor: Joe Catholic
Venue: St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, Education Building
Location: 1705 E. Peters Colony
Carrollton, Texas 75007
USA
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.