Upcoming Events

Mt. Meeker in snow

Mt. Meeker in snow

This page will be regularly updated to show the schedule of areas I will visit, along with contact information for the person coordinating the visit. To either volunteer to help or to get information on a public meeting, contact the coordinator at the email address for the city closest to you. There is never a charge for any meeting nor will there ever be a collection taken. All is handled by volunteer sponsors.

Upcoming Visits

 Racine, Wisconsin (Free Event)

Sunday, November 20, 2016

1:00 pm:  Rosary;  1:30 pm:  Public Talk    

Caledonia/Mt. Pleasant Memorial Park Hall,  9614 Northwestern Avenue, Franksville, WI 

Contact Audrey at  tnrs.wisconsin@gmail.com

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Lafayette, IN (Free Event)

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

6:30 pm:  Rosary   7:00 pm:  Public Talk

Outpost Catering-Sgt Preston’s, 2501 US-231, Lafayette, IN 47909

Contact:  trustdolove@yahoo.com

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Springfield, MO (Free Event)

Saturday, December 3, 2016

7:00pm:  Republic Community Center, 711 East Miller Rd., Republic, MO 65738

Contact Stephen at brassman737@gmail.com

Volunteers needed

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221 Responses to Upcoming Events

  1. Beth says:

    Dear Charlie..I so wish I could attend your Atlanta visit, but I’m unable to attend. I live in Augusta, but am scheduled to work all the days you’re in my quadrant! I’m an ICU RN, and work 12hour shifts, so unfortunately I won’t make it. That being said, may God Bless your trip and mission that He has given you! Bring lots of souls to Jesus!

    Many Blessings!
    beth

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  2. sara says:

    hi charlie. will you be coming to the detroit area

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  3. vicardwm says:

    Hi Charlie, hope you’ll be coming to MN in September…

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  4. Jackie Graf says:

    Hi Charlie. I am very old friends from college with Fr. Dan Reehil. I live in Vermont and was wondering when/where you will be? Is there a meeting in Stamford, which I’m not sure where that is. God bless.

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  5. Sally Ford says:

    Interested in helping with a Las Vegas visit, if one is planned. Do you have a contact number/email of anyone in this area? God bless.

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  6. Belinda says:

    In another section of your blog I saw San Antonio, TX as one of your stops. Is it still happening? I know some people who would be very interested in seeing you. I’m from S.A. but unfortunately life in Northern KY right now.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Well, Mary Ann had initially invited me but our scheduler, Mary, says she has had a hard time getting hold of her. I HAVE to go to San Antonio. That is where my Mom and Dad were when I was conceived, so I have to go back to my beginnings!

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  7. margaret says:

    I see that you will be in St. Louis sometime in Sept. Can you give a date/time/place for St. Louis? Thanks! God bless!

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  8. Sally says:

    Yay ! You are always Welcome to the Great City of San Antonio, Texas ! Please keep us in your daily prayers God Bless You Charlie !

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  9. Larry & Elizabeth Smith says:

    Charlie,
    Thanks be to God you are a willing servant. I see you are traveling from Kansas City then to Louisiana–any chance of you stopping in Arkansas? We belong to parishes in Little Rock and McCrory. I am wanting to share your message with everyone yet take your wisdom as to trusting God and not usurping His plan.
    I pray, “For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have Mercy on us and on the whole world.

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  10. Fleurette says:

    Howdy native Texan!!! When are you coming to Houston? Can’t wait to hear you in person!

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    • charliej373 says:

      Texas is still a work in progress. I know I will be in Dallas, San Antonio and Lubbock – but no one has stepped up in Houston thus far.

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      • Charity says:

        We will miss you in Austin Charlie. Did the 2011 drought and constant days and days of over 100 degree heat keep you away? 😘
        God Bless!
        Charity

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        • charliej373 says:

          Why shoot, Charity, I really enjoyed Austin. When I was there in early August of 2011, I went through seven straight days where the high was over 110 degrees. Hottest place I have ever been. But I had a good place of cover to make camp in…just west of the University of Texas in that big park. There was a playful Magpie that teased me every morning, trying to sneak up on me. And hot as it was, I enjoyed swimming in the Colorado River where it is set up for that on numerous occasions. But if I had had mere 100 degree heat there, that would have been a cool off day. We just had no one in Austin step up and make an invitation in time. But shoot, you’re not that far from San Antonio. I’m speaking here at three this afternoon….come on down!

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  11. Margaret says:

    I noticed you will be in St. Louis in Sept but no dates listed. Do you have date and place set up yet for St. Louis. God bless!

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    • charliej373 says:

      When details are available, Mary puts them up in the Upcoming Events link. Just check it from time to time as it is regularly updated. We have people in St. Louis working and as soon as details are locked in, it will be up.

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    • Jan Brennan says:

      Hey Margaret! I took the “Next Right Step” and told Mary that I would arrange a venue in Belleville, IL (Right across the river from St. Louis) for Charlie to speak at. We are working on the location right now, and praying about it, how big??? Only God knows! I have two people checking on venues and should know more in the next day or so. Jesus already knows where we’re going to have this, just waiting on Him! (wink wink!) Praying the Rosary so the Blessed Mother coordinates this and I have prayer warriors praying for the event and location. God Bless! Can’t wait to meet Charlie, that was my dear dear Grandpa’s name!

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  12. Mary Timmons says:

    Hello Charlie,
    I was just made aware of you and your mission 2 weeks ago when someone sent me a link to a talk you gave in Birmingham I believe. Fr. Mitch was there in the audience. Anyway, I was completely fascinated with your story and from other things I’ve read and watched and heard, I’ve believed something big was coming very soon for over a year now. Anyway, I’ve been following your blog and my husband and I run a private Catholic retreat center in Danville, IL, which is about 1 hr from Lafayette, IN where you will be speaking on Sept 8 th. I see your next event isn’t till Sept 17th. Would it be possible for you to speak at our retreat center sometime between the 8 th and 16 th of Sept? We’d LOVE to have you and if you need a place to stay for free anytime you’re in the Midwest, please come stay here! Our retreat center is located on 19 wooded acres with a stocked lake, a beautiful chapel and 18 bedrooms and 4 cabins for you and your staff. Please let me know who to contact to book you. God bless you for your “Yes” to this work. I pray we can meet soon.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi Mary…all my scheduling is done by a woman in Denver, also Mary, who keeps all the schedule information. Just because I do not have a publicly announced meeting does not mean I am not booked. But I do not know my schedule much more than a few days ahead. If you will send a note to Mary at lovedbyhim1026@gmail.com, she will be able to tell you whether or not it can be done.

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  13. belindamabay says:

    I noticed that you now have a contact for your San Antonio visit and his email address. My question is what is the difference between your dates in San Antonio (October 7-9) and a “public meeting” on October 11th? Is the public meeting the event that everyone is invited to, to hear you speak?

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    • charliej373 says:

      Well, if you will check with Mary at lovedbyhim1026@gmail.com, I am sure she can clarify it…though it is a month and a half out so it may still be in a bit of flux. I don’t make my calendar any more. Mary is in charge of it and tells me where I will be going. (Certainly, she asks me about general regions and such – but she controls the calendar. If I got into trying to interfere, it would just confuse things and add to my now nearly overwhelming workload.)

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  14. Ellen Lopez says:

    Anyone out there in the DFW area? We are not yet on the schedule but we do have an event scheduled October 15th in Arlington TX, with four hosts so far. Let me know if there are more folks in our area who would like to be involved. Email Ellen at ealopez2330@gmail.com

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  15. Raye Logsdon says:

    Someone sent me a link to a talk you gave in Birmingham. I then went on your web site thus this memo.
    during your talk you mentioned going back to Beton Rouge, LA. Will you be speaking then? If so when and where? I would like to attend.

    Raye Logsdon

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    • charliej373 says:

      Most of my visits in Louisiana will be private with people I met as I walked through during my pilgrimage. There is a big public meeting in Covington on September 28. Check the Upcoming Events link on the top bar here for details.

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  16. Raye Logsdon says:

    Thanks I will try to attend in Covington

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  17. Blanca Peña says:

    Hello Charlie,
    I heard about your message from a friend that attended your visit in Broward Florida recently and I have been discerning about your message and I think you are authentic. Are you planning another visit to Florida? I would like to hear more about the message. I have shared the information with a few friends and I want to learn more about it. Please let me know if you will be returning to Florida. thanks you and may the Lord bless you and soften our hearts to his message.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I have no plans to get back there the rest of this year, Blanca – and who knows what next year will bring. Certainly, South Florida is a favorite place for me as it is home to one of my oldest and dearest friends.

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  18. John Timmons says:

    We are 45 minutes from Lafayette Indiana where you are speaking on Sept 8th. Any chance you could speak on Sunday Sept 6th at our retreat center? We are having an event/discussion that afternoon on t h e upcoming storm. We have contacted your scheduler but have not heard back. We also have nice facilities for you to stay in if you like.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Hi John…Mary is very good about this, but once it is in the hands of the Regional Coordinator, the decisions are theirs. I do not make independent decisions any more. So I suggest you check once again with Mary at lovedbyhim1026@gmail.com or with the Lafayette Regional Coordinator, Michael, at TrustDoLove@yahoo.com. I cannot tell you because I do not know if I will be anywhere near Lafayette on the 6th. I may well still be in Michigan. I don’t know for sure until a few days ahead of time the details of my schedule.

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  19. Marti says:

    Charlie, please come to the Archdiocese of Washington, DC–we need you!

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  20. VIvi says:

    Charlie I hope to see you!! you will be so close to where I live in Texas. Carol Vaugh is the contact person but no email address YET. Did you realize you will be so close to the border? like 30 minutes? I hope you visit the center where all immigrants from Central America arrive to get help. OF course, if time permits. i think you can read my excitement. 🙂

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  21. Mark Franz says:

    Hi Charlie,

    My wife and I attended your talk in Jackson yesterday evening. Thank you for an excellent explanation of how to weather the trials coming and for accentuating the positive. We drove up from Palatine (suburb of Chicago) to listen to you and snuck in a visit to our newly married daughter and her husband in Dearborn.

    Mark and Paula

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  22. Bob says:

    So I see Charlie that you are coming to O Fallon Ill on sept 22. Look forward to seeing you then and I will try in invite a good friend who may enjoy you by saying that I have a good friend who talks about politics, religion and what he thinks is coming up but he is a bit of a character but fun to listen to and he thinks through things carefully and has some good ideas!

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  23. Donna Gallagher says:

    Hi Charlie, I want to thank you for all you do.I look forward reading your inspiring information for these times.
    I wonder if you will be in Northeast Pa.Pocono area in the future?God Bless.

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  24. Lb says:

    I hope you visit North Carolina someday. Would be great to have you here.

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  25. Helene says:

    Any plans to come to Canada?

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  26. Helen Adams says:

    Please for give me I do not want to appear rude, but if I understood your video I think in Birmingham you stated that by the end of Sept 2015 we would be without electric etc…how you can be traveling I’m just confused

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  27. The DFW area is ready to welcome Charlie to our area!!! You have a lot of readers here and wide circles of interested, concerned people. All are invited to attend Charlie’s public talk this Thursday, October 15th at 7PM at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 2625 S. Cooper Street, Arlington TX. Come early for a 6:30 Rosary!!!

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  28. Doreen says:

    Do you have any dates set for 2016? I just recently heard about you from a friend and we would love to attend a conference with you. Thank you and God bless.

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  29. Mary porter says:

    Dear Charlie will you ever be coming to Canada especially Ontario? Thanks mary

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    • charliej373 says:

      Sometime I am sure, Mary…but definitely not until next year. I was in Ontario when I was in Fifth Grade. My school band went to Montreal to play at Expo ’67. We spent two days in Ontario – and I remember riding a double-decker tour bus there.

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      • NancyA says:

        Admittedly, I haven’t been to a very many of places, however, Ile d’orleans is the most beautiful place I’ve ever seen. A small island in quebec, near to St. Anne de beaupre, it has the most beautiful churches dotted around the island, about which small villages sprang up. Amazing to think of the love and dedication of those settlers building those exquisite churches, at least 6 of them on the small island!

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  30. Helene says:

    Charlie you must have been in Ottawa my home town when you were in Ontario. We are 2 hours from Montreal. and Nancy I agree with you about L’Île d’Orléans. It is truly beautiful. We go every year on a Pilgrimage to Ste Anne de Beaupré and make it a point to spend some time on the island. I feel the same sense of awe you described about the faith and love the early settlers must have had to build all these churches and little shrines between each village where they would stop to pray. It really is inspiring. God bless you all. Hélène

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  31. Mary Ann Frank says:

    Will you soon post your 2016 sites for people to attend?

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    • charliej373 says:

      There will likely be different challenges in the coming year. When I retire to the cabin for a few weeks early next week, that is when I will be seriously contemplating how to address the challenges of the New Year.

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  32. Steve Rowan says:

    I have read much on the apparitions of Our Blessed Mother at Medjudgorje…much of what she says sounds similar to much of what you seem to be saying including referring to God as “The Most High”. I am just curious as to whether you are familiar with these apparations?

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  33. prayingflower says:

    Busy man!

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  34. Keely says:

    Charlie, my spiritual director told me about you very recently. Thank you for your help & patience. I’ve been inspired to reach out to you. This is very important. Will you please remember me in your prayers? I’ve also got news for you about what’s going on & what is to come. May God bless you & your family with all you need. Thank you & may you have peace & strength in this time.

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  35. Jane Jacobs says:

    Hello Charlie, when I try to inform people about the coming events, they think I’m nuts; I’ve been prepared for these “events” for years, but stopped talking about them because years and years have passed with nothing unfolding fast enough for them…….so I stopped talking about them; now; the times are here and it’s like the boy who cried; “Wolf”……No one will listen to me except for the remnant who know the same? This includes family members: any suggestions?

    Jane

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    • charliej373 says:

      Jane, just be steadfast and welcoming. For all but the most willfully ignorant, a time comes when they can see. That time is God’s business, not yours or mine. Live with fortitude and kindness – and stay away from any “I told you so’s” when people around you see. In short, don’t worry about it.

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  36. Keely says:

    Romans 12:18-21

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  37. David McCracken says:

    Charlie.I have seen a number of your videos and am very impressed with what you have said.The storm seems like a logical thing for God to send us to wake us up given the depravity which mankind has descended into.There is just one thing which I was confused about.You appeared to say that you would not necessarily go by the Pope when it comes to economic matters.The Church has issued a number of encyclicals that deal with economic matters.e.g Rerum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno.It is clear from Chuch documents that there is a moral context to how we order our economic affairs.e.g slavish adherence to free market capitalism can result in the exploitation of workers.I am not so sure that we can dismiss what the Church teaches on the economy by saying ” oh that is the Church talking about economics ,it is not a moral issue.”.It seems to me many issues relating to the economy are very much concerned with what ìs right and what is wrong (morality).So I am not so sure that we can dismiss the Churchs teachings or indeed the Popes teachings when it comes to how we order our economic affairs.Maybe I have taken you up wrong but that is what you seemed to be doing.
    Keep up your great work.You are in my prayers.
    David McCracken

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    • charliej373 says:

      David, there is a moral dimension to almost all aspects of life. It is the province of the Church to address that moral dimension, stating what means are licit and illicit. The formation of actual policy is the province of the laity – and the faithful laity are called to form policy in light of those norms. If you read Encyclicals closely, when a Pope ventures into policy territory rather than moral principles, he explicitly acknowledges that he does NOT have authority over such. Now St. John Paul’s Encyclical, Centesimus Annus, while a brilliant treatise on economics, contained itself almost entirely to principle rather than policy. It can be good to consider the advice of Church figures on matters of policy, but they do NOT have authority there – and both Canon Law and the Magisterium acknowledge that. So no, I am not bound by any Pope’s teaching on economics, science, or political theory. That is both mine and your primary responsibility – and as Catholics – to approach it in the light of the principles the Church teaches.

      Now as to economics, I honestly don’t know where capitalism is practiced anymore. Actual market economics, when practiced by genuinely faithful, does not exploit people. Crony capitalism, which has become the norm in the west, exploits everyone. But either way, Church authorities do not have authority over specific policy. Now, specific policy should be measured by the faithful to ensure it does not conflict with the principles of faith.

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  38. David McCracken says:

    Thanks Charlie.I looked up Quadragesimo Ano.Paragraph 41 states that the Church “has the right and the duty to proclaim with supreme authority upon social and economic matters”.The pope goes on to say that the Church is not equipped to have authority in matters of “technique” .Paragraph 42 states that “even though economics and moral science employs its own principles in its own spheres it is nevertheless an error to say that the the economic and moral orders are so distinct and alien to each other that the former in no way depends on the latter”.From my understanding of this it would possibly be within the purview of the Church to speak authoritively in economic matters where there are moral issues to be considered.If there were morally wrong things going on in the economy surely it would be right for the Church to bring this to our attention? In one of your talks you said that “some of you disagree with the Pope on economic matters. I know I do but that’s not where the Pope has authority” .Maybe this was a slip of the tongue or needs clarification but it seems to run counter to the declaration above that the Church has the right and the duty to proclaim with supreme authority on economic matters.Please note i am not being divisive.You are a very wise man and I think I have listened to all your videos.You are great!This is just one area that I am not so sure you have it “spot on”.
    By the way I live in Ireland a long long way from you.It’s amazing how technology can help bring brothers and sisters in Christ together.I will keep your marvellous ministry in my prayers.It would be great to see you talking this side of the pond but i suspect it we are way tooo far away!
    God bless you in all that you do
    David

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    • charliej373 says:

      Well, David, I think my last comment pretty well covered that. I have not said that the church has nothing to say on these things – have said that it does, indeed, have much to say on fundamental principles involving them. “Technique” has to do with which specific policies to execute. That the church has primary prudential responsibility for faith and morals and that the laity has primary prudential responsibility for specific policies related to economics, science, diplomacy and systems of governance does not mean that each has nothing to say on the matters not within their sphere of primary prudential responsibility. As I read it – and with the help of some learned churchmen – what you cite confirms the broad principles of what I say.

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  39. June1 says:

    Charlie, do you know where you will be on Saturday, April 9th? Do you have any events planned for that day, by any chance?

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  41. Noah603 says:

    I understand that The Yard will be serving “Dark ‘N’ Stormy” drinks at the Manchester event:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_'N'_Stormy

    Actually, I just made up that part. But please, do come to the Manchester event! Invite others!

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  42. Peggy Rowe-Linn says:

    Hi, Charlie, I am a believer. May God bless you and keep you. May we all acknowledge Him, take the next right step and be a beacon of hope to others. In the meantime, is there any chance you would come to West Palm Beach, Florida? We would love to have you!

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  43. Ginny K.Allen says:

    Have you given any thought to coming to Kennebunk, Maine?

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  44. Attic Owl says:

    Glad you are coming to the Northeast Charlie. I missed you last year.

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  45. KimS1111 says:

    Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday in Holliston.
    I’m in Warwick RI. Anyone else from RI going, it would be nice to meet.

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  46. Helene says:

    will you be going to Vermont Charlie?

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  47. Noah603 says:

    I had the pleasure of attending Charlie’s talk in Manchester, NH. During the talk, Charlie mentioned that angels sometimes “become little”, taking on human form. He said that if we ever experienced an unexpected kind word from a stranger, just when we needed it, or an unexpected act of love or help from somebody we’d never met, we might just have encountered an angel.

    The very next night, I went to my normal Eucharistic Adoration hour at midnight. As I was driving there, I cringed a little because I remembered that the gentleman who adored before me sometimes got chatty when he left. He also had a penchant for putting his hand on my shoulder as he spoke, something that I know in my heart to be completely innocent but which makes me uncomfortable nonetheless.

    I got to my Adoration hour a little early. I entered the Chapel and, as expected, that gentleman was there. I told myself to be kind and that in a few minutes, he would leave and I’d have our Good Lord all to myself. Then, quite unexpectedly, I heard the outer door to the Chapel foyer open. I became quite alert as it is highly unusual for unscheduled Adorers to come during the midnight hour. I heard male voices talking quietly in the foyer. Then, in came two young men. They were about 20 years old, by appearances. They were fairly tall, with dark brown, wavy hair down to their shoulders. They both wore khaki work pants and black, but not matching, jackets. They had oval faces and looked similar, so I assumed they were brothers. My first thought was to wonder whether they might try to rob me. But they genuflected and knelt down as they entered, as is proper. Then they took their places on kneelers, one to the left of Our Lord and one to the right. They knelt and prayed, heads down. It was five minutes til midnight.

    I began to pray the Chaplet of Mercy to myself, as is my custom. As I did, it occurred to me that the gentleman before me would probably be much less likely to be chatty and familiar now, so as to not interrupt the prayer of the two young men. And, indeed, that is exactly what happened. He got up to leave, whispered hello, and gave me a nice handshake. Then he left. I certainly felt relieved.

    After he left, the two young men stayed. One took up the Chaplet of Divine Mercy card, while I was actually praying it silently, and seemed to examine it with interest. The other glanced at him, apparently waiting for him to finish. In a couple of minutes, the first young man put the card back, looked at his fellow, and they both got up. They genuflected, and left. It was about five minutes after midnight.

    With Charlie’s talk of angels “becoming little” in my mind, I began to wonder. Finally, I went to the foyer, to look at the register of visitors, who always sign in. I had to know their names.

    They did not sign in.

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  48. Jeff says:

    Hi, I’m wondering if you will be coming to Omaha, NE or close by anytime soon?
    Thanks,
    -jeff

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    • charliej373 says:

      If you want to help host a visit, contact my volunteer assistant, Mary, at lovedbyhim1026@gmail.com. Otherwise keep an eye on the “Upcoming Events” link at the top for where I will visit.

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    • Joe says:

      Jeff, I sent an email to Mary in March inviting Charlie to the 11th annual Corpus Christi procession St. Peter’s church puts on every year, but have yet to get a response. I know she is busy, so if you (and any other Omaha NRS’ers) send her an email, hopefully we can get Charlie here for the May 29th procession.
      For anyone else interested, check out http://www.stpeterchurch.net/corpus_christi for details

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      • charliej373 says:

        I do intend to get to Nebraska this year, but I will be speaking at a retreat during the time you mention. To get hold of my volunteer assistant, Mary, email her at lovedbyhim1026@gmail.com.

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        • Joe says:

          Thanks Charlie! I did try that email address, but, again, I realize Mary is busy. I also understand if there is not a lot of push for your message in an area, it may not be the best use of your time for the apostolate.
          I’m disappointed you can’t make it for our Procession, but look forward to your eventual visit to Nebraska.

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          • Psalm#23 says:

            Joe, there is interest in Lincoln Nebraska to see and hear Charlie also. Right now it is just a small group of ladies that i know of. is there a group in Omaha that we can connect with – especially about having Charlie come to Nebraska?

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  49. Jeff says:

    Charlie, is the retreat you are speaking at open to everyone or is a private one?
    Where can I get more info on it?
    Thanks,
    -jeff

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  50. Catherine says:

    Hi I just heard about you and was wondering if you had any events in Colorado scheduled soon my family would love to attend thank you so much

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    • charliej373 says:

      I talked today with my volunteer assistant about getting something together. I will have something sometime, probably later in the summer. Watch the “Upcoming Events” link at the top bar.

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