Friday, October 03, 2008



You're invited . . .

Saturday, October 25, 2008
East Central High School, St. Leon, IN

...Learn How To Recognize Spiritual Attack
...Protect Yourself & Your Family
...Lift Generational Curses
...Break Inner Vows & Soul Ties
...Pray for Healing of the Heart
...Be Set Free & Stay Free
...Put on the Full Armor of God.

For a brochure and registration form, please visit,
call (812) 623-8007
For High School Age and Older.
Please register by October 20 to take advantage of meal plan.

Call Len at 317-846-2245 or 317-797-2460 for carpooling options.


NEAL LOZANO, international speaker with a Master’s degree in religious education from Villanova Univ., more than 30 years of pastoral experience helping people find freedom in
Christ, and author of several books, including UNBOUND: A Practical Guide to Deliverance From Evil Spirits.

FR. GREG BRAMLAGE, priest of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, pastor of three parishes and a school, 2006 recipient of the “St. Gianna Molla Award” for outstanding leadership in Pro-life Ministry, and leader of numerous pilgrimages throughout Europe and the Holy Land. Every third Wednesday at 6 pm, he leads a healing prayer service at St. Nicholas
Parish as part of an active healing and deliverance ministry.

DR. RICHARD MEYER, clinical psychologist, Catholic Christian counselor, and founder of the “Good Shepherd Institute” for professional psychological services and inner healing prayer from a faith perspective.

FR. DAN WILDER, priest for the Diocese of Peoria, IL, leader in the healing and renewal ministry and youth outreach, pastor, and former college chaplain.


Founder of Operation Rescue and the Society for Truth and Justice

Bring a copy of the completed “Generational Family Tree” form (which can be downloaded in ENGLISH OR SPANISH at in a sealed envelope to
place before the altar. These will be burned by Father immediately after Mass. Please retain your original paperwork.

Hotel Information: A block of rooms has been reserved at a discounted rate at the Hampton Inn in Batesville, IN. Free breakfast is included. To book at this rate, call the hotel at 812-934-6262 and mention the Spiritual Warfare Conference. Hotels are also available in nearby Harrison, OH, for those coming from the I-74 East, which is approximately 10 minutes from the Conference, including Holiday Inn Express (888-465-4329) and Quality Inn (877-424-6423).

Confession: This sacrament is an important first step in the overall healing process. It is strongly recommended that you receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation at your local parish before attending the seminar, due to an uncertainty of priests being available that day.

Lunch & Dinner Meal Plan: This Plan is an additional $15 for a hot lunch & dinner. We strongly recommend that you purchase this plan since there are no nearby restaurants. Please register by Oct. 20. Your check must be in to us by this date to qualify for the $40 price and to receive the meal plan. Any registrations received after this date, including “Walk-ins,” will pay $50 and will not have a meal plan.

No Refunds. In the event of your cancellation, you may find a replacement, otherwise, your registration payment will be considered a donation to St. Nicholas Conference.

Directions: East Central High School, 1 Trojan Lane, St. Leon, IN 47012. Conveniently located 15 miles east of Batesville off of I-74. Take Exit 164 St. Leon/Lawrenceburg off of I-74. Go north on IN-1. Turn left at first 4-way stop onto Highway 46. Continue west on 46 for a short distance until you cross the I-74 overpass. Take an immediate left on
Trojan Lane. East Central is on your left. Turn into the first parking lot.

Prayer requests:

Fr. Nöel Mueller, O.S.B., of St. Meinrad Archabbey is
ecclesial liaison to the Archbishop of Indianapolis, and
Fr. David Newton, Pastor of St. John the Evangelist,
Hartford City; St. Mary, Dunkirk; and St. Margaret,
Montpelier is liaison to the Bishop of Lafayette-in-Indiana.

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