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2010 Midwest Regional Meeting
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4/12/2010 to 4/14/2010
When: April 12-14, 2010
Where: Marriott Hotel
280 West Jefferson
Louisville, Kentucky  40202
United States
Contact: Metropolitan Tribunal

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The 2010 Midwest Regional Meeting will take place at the Marriott Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky on April 12-14, 2010. All information on the 2010 Conference is on our web site including registration details and hotel information.

Theme: "Adaptation of Parish Structures and the Renewal of Parish Life According to the Full Flexibility provided for in Canon Law." This theme is timely and addresses something every US diocese deals with today; and our presenters are some of the most experienced canonists on this subject.

Presenters: Rev. James A. Coriden; Very Rev Lawrence A. DiNardo; Ms. Siobhan Verbeek; Mr. Mark Mogilka and Very Rev. Msgr. Fredrick Easton.

Rev. Msgr. Fred Easton is a newly added presenter, and he will be presenting "Looking at Recent Developments Regarding Cases of "Lack of Form” in view of Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio,"omnium in mentem”and Addressing "Invalid Convalidations.”

Conference attendees should contact the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center directly (toll free number: 800-533-0127) to make hotel arrangements. Please mention that you are a part of the Midwest Convention. Our code is: CLSAMID123

To register please visit our website or mail a completed Registration Form to Midwest CLSA Conference, C/O The Chancery-Tribunal Office, PO Box 1073, Louisville, KY 40201-1073

For more information, contact the Archdiocese of Louisville Metropolitan Tribunal at (502) 585-3291.

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