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Bishop Sanborn to visit Australia in January 2017 for Conferences on Catholicism and Vatican II


Great news for the people of Oz! His Excellency, Bishop Donald Sanborn, has scheduled a visit to the land down under to give Catholic conferences in January 2017.

As of the time of this posting, His Excellency will visit the cities of Melbourne and Brisbane on January 2 and 7, 2017, respectively. If you live in Australia or anywhere in Oceania, we highly recommend you make an effort to attend one of these conferences and tell others about it.

Details and more information about Bp. Sanborn’s Catholic Faith Seminars in Australia is available at the following link:


Bp. Sanborn Australia Visit 2017 – Official Web Site


Bp. Sanborn is rector of Most Holy Trinity Seminary in Brooksville, Florida. He is a frequent guest on various radio programs produced by True Restoration. In 2004, His Excellency engaged in a public debate with Dr. Robert Fastiggi, a theologian of the Novus Ordo religion, regarding Vatican II’s ecclesiology. The passionate debate and a follow-up conference can be watched here. Our web site has a number of posts with links to audios and writings by Bp. Sanborn — see them all by clicking here.

Note well: This conference is not only for sedevacantists. Anyone who considers himself a Catholic, or would like to become a Catholic, and is wondering what in the world is going on at the Vatican these days, ought to attend Bp. Sanborn’s informative seminar. What has passed for “Catholicism” since Vatican II is not in fact the Roman Catholic religion of the ages, and attending a Bp. Sanborn conference is the best way to find out what the differences are and why it matters.

So, Aussies of the world, do your souls a favor and plan on attending one of these free seminars to ring in the new year with a healthy dose of real Catholicism, exactly the same as it was known everywhere before the death of Pope Pius XII in 1958!

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