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Cardinal Burke in Raleigh, North Carolina Tomorrow


A reader sent me this information and I managed to let it get buried in my inbox not once, but twice. I’m feel horrible – so please, get the word out to those in the area that this is happening:

Press Release: Thomas International Center is proud to announce the visit of His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke to Raleigh, NC, on Saturday, December 5, 2015

Schedule of Events include:

9:30 a.m. Saturday, December 5, 2015

Panel Discussion on the present moral crisis: “The Natural Moral Law—Is it the Key to Happiness?” in the State Ballroom of the Talley Student Union at NC State University in Raleigh, NC. Sponsored by the TIC Student Club at NCSU.

Panelists include:

Vatican Curia member of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints and

Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.

Thomistic Institute, Washington, DC

Of Counsel, Smith Anderson

St Thomas More Academy, Headmaster

Attorney, Professor of Philosophy, President of Thomas International Center

Admission:  Adults: $25; Students: Free Admission!

Continental breakfast will be provided.

7:00 p.m. Saturday, December 5, 2015

Spirit of St Nicholas Ball

Third Annual ball hosted by Thomas International Center & TIC Student Club at NCSU, in the State Ballroom of the Talley Student Union at NC State University in Raleigh.

Come join us for a gala evening of dinner, wine & orchestra!

Keynote speaker: His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke   

“Being a Citizen of Heaven on Earth”

8:00 a.m. Sunday, December 6, 2015

The Holy Sacrament of the Mass

Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, celebrant

St Catherine of Siena, Wake Forest, NC

For reservations & tickets to the two events at NC State University, and more information please visit  &

Christmas Gift Idea! Stay at the 5-Star Umstead Hotel & Spa at a special rate for the Cardinal Burke weekend!

Thomas International Center is an educational institute seeking to renew the culture in the Western & Christian intellectual traditions. Please visit our website at 

4 thoughts on “Cardinal Burke in Raleigh, North Carolina Tomorrow”

  1. I never thought I’d see this here on OnePeterFive! I am a student at NC
    State and will be at both events tomorrow. It is such a blessing to have
    Cardinal Burke coming to speak here, especially considering the times
    we live in.

    I’m also a member of the TIC club at NCSU. We’ve been
    trying to spread the news about these events for a while now. Thank you
    for helping to get the word out Mr. Skojec!

  2. St Catherine of Siena Church, the new one is beautiful. It is built along traditional lines to include a high altar from a parish that closed in Rust Belt. One of the most striking things is the Stations of the Cross. If memory serves me, the first station begins on the Gospel side of the Church and progresses to the rear and then to the Epistle side. But what is unique is that as the stations progress from One to Fourteen, the images become progressively darker until Station Fourteen, Jesus is laid in the tomb, the image is nearly black. What an ingenious visual to correspond to the eclipse that occurred during the Passion.

    • Hosted in a Church named for one of the most profoundly blessed Doctors, who, if memory serves, rightly and effectively cajoled a pope on a few occasions.

  3. I pray that this conference will be of spiritual benefit to all. I attended a conference in Limerick Ireland on November 20th and 21st with Cardinal Burke as the main speaker and it was excellant. God Bless.


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