Fr. Mitch Pacwa’s Events

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April 25 to 27, 2014

“Divine Mercy Weekend Celebration”
St. Benedict Catholic Church
4535 Lord Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78220
More Information and Registration Form

May 9, 2014
Napa Valley, CA

May 17 & 18 ~ Sister Servants, Irondale, AL
June 21 ~ Catholic Salt and Light Radio Event and Banquet, Boise, ID
June 28 ~ , Uniontown, PA
July 26 ~ Our Lady of Peace Shrine, Santa Clara, CA
August 1 – 3 ~ St. Thomas Aquinas Society Conference, Colorado Springs, CO
August 9 ~ Body of Christ Outreach, Saint Peters, MO
August 23 ~ Diocese of St. Augustine ~ Catholic Men’s Conference, Jacksonville, FL
September 6 ~ Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Hays, KS
September 18 – 21 ~ Jesuit Retreat House, Barrington, IL
October 11 ~ St. Cecelia Church, Houston, TX
October 17 & 18 ~ Living Bread Radio, Canton & Youngstown, OH
November 1 ~ Vermont Catholic Conference, Barre, VT

December 15 to 27, 2014
Holy Land Pilgrimage
Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. as your spiritual director and tour guide!
CLICK HERE for Pilgrimage Brochure
@ 1-800-554-4556

(no emails will be answered directed to Father’s Event Staff)

If you want to schedule Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. at YOUR event, please contact:
Linda M. King | Events Director |
For The Greater Glory of God”
PLEASE NOTE: due to the high volume of mail only event inquires will be answered

We regret that we cannot forward emails along to Fr. Pacwa or make any of his contact information public. It’s an unfortunate consequence of his high profile and heavy workload.

If you have a general theological question, we don’t want to leave it unanswered. We invite you to visit or the Catholic Q & A section of for a searchable index on all matters of our Catholic Faith. Between those two sites, you should find the answer you’re looking for. New Advent is an Online Catholic Encyclopedia, while EWTN’s site features answers to commonly asked questions by the faithful. And if you don’t find the answer you’re looking for, you can post your question and one of their theologians will answer it. You might also try Their search feature is particularly thorough.


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