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Fr. Chad Ripperger, FSSP, PhD is a member of The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) a society of apostolic life of pontifical right founded with the approval of His Holiness John Paul II. Fr. Ripperger is professor of Dogmatic and Moral Theology and Philosophy at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, Nebraska. Father Ripperger was ordained in 1997.






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2007 Lenten Spiritual Conference

March 2007 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Perhaps the most famous words ever pronounced by our Savior in the Gospels are known as the Beatitudes: Blessed are the poor in spirit, Blessed are the meek, and so forth. Join us as Fr. Ripperger explains The Beatitudes of Christ from the perspective of St. Thomas Aquinas. St.Thomas is a doctor of the Catholic Church and has been given the title of The Angelic Doctor due to his profound insights into the Catholic Faith.

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Spiritual Conference Series 2005 - 2006

March 2006 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Our Lord Jesus Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Eucharist at the Last Supper on Holy Thursday. Immediately following, Our Lord was betrayed by Judas and suffered his terrible Passion and Death on the Cross for our sins. These are the central mysteries of the Catholic Faith and our hope of salvation. In this talk Father Ripperger explains the connection between Our Lord's Passion and the Holy Eucharist. Father also explains the authentic Catholic understanding of Christ's Passion and Death and the differences with what Protestants believe about the Passion

December 2005 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Fr. Ripperger explains the spiritual method of St. Louis de Montfort's True Devotion to Mary and tells how to apply this method in our daily life in order to advance in Holiness


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2004 Traditional Catholic Conference

March 2004 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Fr. Ripperger shows why modern methods of psychology are invalid and why it is dangerous to the Catholic Faith

Fr. Ripperger demonstrates the connection between tradition and liturgy and why Catholic Tradition is necessary to understand the liturgy

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