18 th Annual Marian Eucharistic Conference
 Aug. 23, 24 and 25, 2019

  Al Barbarino - is a Lay Apostolate Franciscan of the Padre Pio Shelter in New York, and a member of the Knights of Columbus. In the past 15 years, Al has recorded 8 albums (CD s and tapes) of spiritual inspirational music. He also has a video on  Our Catholic Faith. Practically every weekend, he sings and speaks at different parishes throughout the U.S. and abroad for the homeless at The Padre Pio Shelter, orphans of the Croatian/Bosnian War and for the poor of the parish. Al is married, has 3 children, and works as a counselor in a high-security prison for youth in the South Bronx, NY

Fr. Jose Maniyangat from Koralo, India, on the Feast of Divine Mercy in 1985 on his way to celebrate Mass had a fatal accident. During this near death experience, his guardian angel escorted him to see Hell where he saw people he knew. He was also taken to Purgatory and Heaven, Father is retired from active parish duties in Florida to full time healing ministry with his Bishop’s permission to be able to share the Lord’s Ministry invested to him by God with people all around the world. Saturday evening Father will conduct a Eucharistic Healing Procession.


Fr. Gio Belanich - from New Jersey is the founder of the Christian Relief Services, founded in 1992 originally to provide emergency humanitarian aid to the victims of the war in former Yugoslavia. It has expanded to help earthquake victims in South America d Asia and Italy.




Father Bill Halbing is passionate about Biblical/scriptural exegesis. He is well known for his rare teachings of in-depth, line-by-line Bible studies, taking you into the deepest riches of the Sacred Scriptures. His animated and inspiring teachings keep you personally attentive to what God is saying as he reveals hidden mysteries and treasures that lay beneath His Precious Words.

Rev. Joseph Iannuzzi , Dr. STD, assistant to Fr. Gabriel. Amorth, Exorcist of Rome.  A theological & doctoral alumnus of the Gregorian Pontifical University of Rome,  He completed his Doctoral dissertation on the writings of Luisa Piccarreta, Servant of God unanimously approved with high honours in academic excellence. He is the authour of twenty books on mystical and dogmatic theology, and is currently the theological consultant in the cause of six mystics.



Br. Plinio Bosco with  The Heralds of the Gospel an International Association of Christ's Faithful of Pontifical Right, the first to be erected by the Holy See in the third millennium, on the occasion of the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, February 22, 2001. Made up mainly of young people, this Association is present in 80 countries. 

The diverse membership of the Heralds of the Gospel forms a family of souls who have whole-heartedly given themselves to ministry in the New Evangelization, each according to their state in life. Men may be incorporated as priests or brothers in the Clerical Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right Virgo Flos Carmeli, and women may profess vows as sisters in the Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right Regina Virginum. Their daily life alternates between recollection, study, and prayer, along with evangelizing activities in dioceses and parishes, with special emphasis given to the formation of youth. The founder of the Heralds of the Gospel is Msgr. João Scognamiglio Clá Dias.


   Fr. Joseph Jacobson was a former Lutheran Pastor and Bishop of Alberta. He and his family joined the Catholic church in 2000 and Fr. Joseph was ordained a Catholic priest in 2006. Father is chancellor of the Archdiocese of Girouard McLennan in Alberta.