it's coming soon.
Friends, it's already July! After the last two years, doesn't it feel like life is finally getting back on track? We're getting Covid (and getting over it), we're going out, we're celebrating milestones, we're working hard, and, sometimes, hardly working. Life seems to be getting back to being ordinary.
But we aren't called to live in the ordinary! The opportunity to grow in faith, hope and love comes and goes with each day but it can be hard to find the time to set aside for the Lord and rest in Him.
The iWitness Conference is back for 2022!
If you want to meet people that are on a similar life journey to you, then this is the conference for you! Don't just take our word for it - check out what past participants thought of the Conference.
2021 iwitness conference
LAUNCH OUT into the deep
LET the NETS DOWN FOR A CATCH
The theme for last year's conference was taken from Luke 5:4. God calls us to launch out into the depths of Him, in the deep ocean of interior life. Everything we do, our daily activities and responsibilities, should arise from the overflow of our interior lives. And while the transformation and establishment of a fruitful interior life is important, it doesn't stop there. We are called out; we are called to use that wellspring within us for others, to make God's Kingdom visible and tangible in our world. The theme draws from "The Soul of the Apostolate" by Jean-Baptiste Chautard.
"The end of human creatures is union with God; and in this their happiness consists.”
― Jean-Baptiste Chautard (Soul of the Apostolate)
Fr Ronnie Maree
"From the Interior to Heaven - Climbing the Ladder"
Mother Hilda Scott OSB
"Bringing Light to the Darkness - The Life Changing Nature of the Interior Life"
Fr Epeli Qimaqima
"Source and Summit - The Life Changing Connection between Personal and Liturgical Prayer"
Fr Greg Morgan
"Rebuilding a Catholic Culture in a Metamodern World: Sex, Money, & Politics"
Tomasz and Sarah Juszczak
"A Life Set Apart - When Christ Truly is the King of Your Life"
Sr Joanna Marie OP
"The Interior Life; A Source of Activity Beyond Compare"