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Holy Trinity Parish, Spruce Grove, AB
Keynote Speakers: Sean Dalton and Matt Dalton

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Sean Dalton received his master of arts in theology and certification in catechetics from Franciscan University in 1998. Sean has eight years of experience in diocesan ministry with the Diocese of Sioux Falls and the Archdiocese of Denver in the areas of youth, young adult and campus ministry. He is currently co-director of YDisciple, an initiative of the Augustine Institute. Sean and his wife Jen live in Colorado with their five children, two of whom are teenagers.

Matt Dalton along with his ‘Bride’ Mindy Dalton are the co-founders of Marriage Missionaries. They have been doing this missionary work, full time, going on 11 years. Once Matt and Mindy invited Jesus to be at the center of their marriage and the primary source of their love, they have a burning desire and passion to share God’s glorious design with others. They do this through a process called Marriage Coaching; a mentoring friendship, one couple to another. They have taken over 400 couples through the Marriage Coaching process; presented numerous workshops and retreats. They are invited each year to speak at St. John Vianney Seminary to our future priests.

They have appeared on various shows on EWTN. Currently they write a monthly article for The Denver Catholic. Archbishop Aquila has them teaching our future deacons and their wives in the Diaconate Formation at the Archdiocese of Denver.

They have been married 26 years and are parents to 7 children, ages 24 to 7 & Grandparents to their first grandbaby boy, Owen.

Much of their coaching has been with couples who have waited too long to seek help. Their desire is to help healthy couples stay healthy and thrive. They believe that a “Tune Up” of our marriages can bring great joy, re-discovery and deep love into our families and into the world.    

Guest Speaker: Father Miguel Irizar

  Father Miguel IrizarFr. Miguel Irizar is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Edmonton. Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Fr. Miguel’s family immigrated to Edmonton when he was 12. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome and a Master’s Degree in Divinity from Newman Theological College in Edmonton before being ordained to the priesthood on July 2, 2012. After ordination, Fr. Miguel was appointed Associate Pastor at St Joseph’s Basilica. In 2014, he was appointed Pastor of St. Peter Parish in Villeneuve and associated parishes. 



Mass Celebrant: Fr. Paul Moret

 Father Paul MoretFr. Paul Moret is a regular at our Family Life Conference and the Spiritual Director of Catholic Family Ministries. He is currently the Pastor at St. Matthew Parish in Edmonton, and as always, we are very blessed by his presence at our conferences. At our Family Life Conference he regularly celebrates the sacraments of Holy Mass and Reconciliation and leads Benediction.

He has been our guest speaker a number of times as well as throughout the diocese. He will be offering a session in February at Newman Theological College on the different sections of the Mass and why it is important to be there for the readings?

During the Mass, the people of God are nourished from two tables: the table of God's word through proclamation of the Scriptures, and the table of the altar, where the Holy Eucharist is consecrated. In this catechetical presentation sponsored by the archdiocesan offices of Liturgy and Catechesis, Father Paul discusses “The Mass: Two Tables.”


Go Forth and Proclaim the Good News

"“The New Evangelization is this: to be aware of the merciful love of the Father so that we also become instruments of salvation for our brothers.”         Pope Francis

As baptized Catholics we have received the commission to evangelize - we are called to proclaim the Good News to all people, everywhere and at all times. That includes that co-worker, or that fellow student or even your relative who has misunderstandings of what the Church teaches. The Year of Mercy is an opportunity for all of us to experience a conversion, a renewal of faith, an opportunity to turn back to Jesus and enter into a deeper relationship with Him. We must get to know Him personally; to encounter Christ in a deeper more meaningful way. We must continue to renew and deepen our faith so that we can share it with others. We share it through our mercy to them.