Poland Conference 2019

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The Fatima Center
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Oct 11 - 13, 2019
Group size: 1 - 573
Poland Conference 2019
Poland

The Fatima Center
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$0
Oct 11 - 13, 2019
Group size: 1 - 573

About this trip

You are invited to join us at our conference in Warsaw. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of our mission to bring the Fatima Message to Europe and to experience the beauty and wonder of our Catholic heritage. Don’t delay. Reserve your place now.


 For more information or any booking concerns please contact dsmith@thefatimacenter.com 


 If circumstances arise and you are not able to attend the Poland conference please contact either Ellen or Dan  at 1-800-2638160 

Available Packages

Conference Admittance (w/ Add-Ons)

For help with your booking, please call  1-800-263-8160 and ask for Ellen or Dan or email dsmith@thefatimacenter.com

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Full Conference Package (Weekend)

 The Fatima Center Conference in Warsaw, 2-night accommodations and meals. Meals include Friday dinner, Saturday lunch & dinner, and Sunday lunch. *for single occupancy 

$409
Full Conference Package (Weekend)

  The Fatima Center Conference in Warsaw, 2-night accommodations and meals. Meals include Friday dinner, Saturday lunch & dinner, and Sunday lunch. *for double occupancy 

$299
Saturday Meal Package

 Lunch & Dinner at the conference on Saturday only 

$89
Conference Meal Package

 Includes Friday dinner, Saturday lunch and dinner, and Sunday lunch 

$175

Available options

Fri. Dinner
$49
Fri. Single Occupancy Accommodations
$125
Fri Double Occupancy Accommodations
$70
Sat. Lunch
$49
Sat. Dinner
$49
Sat. Single Occupancy Accommodations
$125
Sat. Double Occupancy Accommodations
$70
Sun. Lunch
$49
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Conference Admittance (w/ Add-Ons)

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The Fatima Center
WHAT IS THE FATIMA CENTER? To make the Message of Our Lady of Fatima known, fully understood, loved and obeyed by all. The Fatima Center is a grassroots association of Catholic priests and lay people — the type specifically permitted by the Code of Canon Law — formed in 1978 in response to Our Lady of Fatima’s message of hope and warning to mankind.