Hope Conferences, Inc. in association with the Archdiocese of Boston presents:

A Catholic conference focused on renewing the vital gift of Hope — an essential virtue which every heart desires, and all of humanity hungers for.

TICKETS

SPEAKERS

Jim Wahlberg

Jim Wahlberg

Andy Lavallee

Andy Lavallee

Cardinal Sean O'Malley

Holy Mass celebrated by Cardinal Sean O'Malley

Fr. Volney DeRosia

Fr. Volney DeRosia

Sonja Corbitt

Sonja Corbitt

Fr. Mark Nolte

Fr. Mark Nolte

Location

Lowell Memorial Auditorium

Lowell Memorial Auditorium

50 East Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Doors open at 8:00 am. Conference is from 8:30 am - 6:00 pm.


Accomodations

Marriott

Marriott Courtyard Boston Lowell/Chelmsford

Call 1-800-321-2211 and reference Hope Conference room block to make reservations at the group rate or book online via www.marriott.com.

Group rates available until September 8, 2017.

 

Best Western Plus

Best Western Plus Chelmsford Inn

Call 978-256-7511 and reference Hope Conference to reserve a room with two double beds and complimentary breakfast. Book online via www.bestwestern.com.

Offer available through September 1, 2017.

SPONSORS

Boston Catholic Television
Archdiocese of Boston
Knights of Columbus
Stations of the Cross
Hearts of the Father Ministries
Students For Life America
EWTN Global Catholic Network

ABOUT US

HOPE CONFERENCES, INC. is a small group of Catholic men and women with a deep desire to answer the call from our Holy Fathers, Pope Paul VI, St. John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis, to evangelize. More now than ever, it is our own back yard that has become ‘mission territory’, starving to hear the Good News and experience the healing love of Jesus. For over 20 years we have been privileged to organize retreats and conferences within the New England area of the U.S. to assist in building up the body of Christ. With the ongoing guidance of a Spiritual Director in the Merrimack Valley Region, we remain faithful to the Magisterium in Rome. We now sense the call to ‘cast a wider net’ and go out onto the highways and byways, inviting greater numbers of hungry souls to come and “taste and see the goodness of the Lord”. We pray that every word and deed that comes forth from these efforts is the work of the Holy Spirit in our midst, calling us ever closer to union with Him.