Off to CPAC to see what’s up

I’ll be heading down to the Conservative Political Action Conference near Washington, DC for a one-day visit on Friday. While I’m down there, I look forward to hearing from (and maybe interviewing?) the authors of a new book on Kermit Gosnell and his crimes. That’s one book-signing I’ll stand in line for.

Yes, the President will be speaking, but as longtime readers know, that’s not something for which I’d travel to Washington. I’m going for the lower-profile events. I know from other CPACs that the most worthwhile material comes not from the big names but from the lesser-known speakers, from the conversations in the hallways, and from the breakout sessions.

The tweeting and Instagramming will commence as soon as I’m off the train Friday morning and will continue until I get back to South Station 24 hours later. Those so inclined are welcome to follow along at @leaven4theloaf.

Some notes from my trips to earlier CPACs: Ten Hours at CPAC (2015), Notes from CPAC 2014, Encountering New Faces and Old Friends (2013)

Culture of Life conference in Rochester April 30

I’m pleased to share this announcement with you about an event taking place in Rochester, New Hampshire at the end of this month. You’ll find contact information below.

[updated 4/26/16 to correct phone number]


5th Annual Culture of Life Conference
BE MERCIFUL AS THE HEAVENLY FATHER IS MERCIFUL
The Problem: Eugenics – Rev. Christian Tutor, All Saints Anglican Church
The Solution: Personhood – Mrs. Jane Cormier, New Hampshire Right to Life
The Key: Mercy – Rev. Paul Gousse, Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church – Rochester
8 a.m. – Welcome Breakfast / Registration
9 a.m.  to 3 p.m. – Conference
Mass will be offered at 8 a.m.
Admission: $15 – includes lunch. Pre-registration by Wednesday, April 27 will guarantee lunch.
*Scholarship available if needed.
 Register w/Marni @ OLHR 332-1863 mfennessy@hrsl.org
or Nancy Sirois @ 332-4043 or worksofmercynh@gmail.com