Spiritual Warfare:

What Every Catholic Family Should Know!

September 24, 2021 - 6:30pm-9:30pm

September 25, 2021 - 8:00am-3:00pm

St. Ambrose Catholic Church
4213 Mangum Road, Houston, TX 77092

General Admission - $55

Virtual General Admission - $55 (per household)

Priority Seraphim Pass - $110

(includes VIP Seating & Q&A with Speakers)

Youth Pass - $20
Clergy / Religious - Free

Family Pass - $150 (includes up to 5 lunches)

*Lunch is included with all tickets.*

Event Description

A fierce war rages for your soul.  Are you ready for battle?  On September 24th & 25th at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Houston, TX, Fullness of Truth is presenting “Spiritual Warfare: What Every Catholic Family Should Know!” to provide Christians the information & tools they need to reign victorious in “The End.”  Arm yourselves with the “spot-on” preaching of Fr. Wolfgang Seitz, (National Director Opus Angelorum), the intriguing first-hand insights of Church-decreed expert in Demonology Adam Blai, and the author of the essential how-to manual A Family Guide to Spiritual Warfare Kathleen Beckman, as they comprehensively explore the many crucial consequences of Spiritual Warfare in your everyday life, since the outcome will determine your eternal destiny!  

Like it or not, we are at war.  We face a powerful enemy out to destroy us.  We live on the battlefield, so we can’t escape the conflict.  We must engage the Enemy.  Therefore, critical answers to key questions must be understood to successfully engage in battle.  Who is Satan, and what powers does he have?  What are his typical strategies?  Who fights him alongside us in battle?  What spiritual weapons and armor do we possess?  How do we strategically keep the Enemy out of our camp?  What should we know about the occult, spiritualism, New Age practices, Freemasonry, etc.?  Spiritual combat is an interior struggle we deal with every day against the devil’s temptations. Too often we ignore the Spiritual Warfare happening in our own lives.  It’s too easy to pass it all off as “the devil’s not real—it’s all psychological.”  So, when it comes to spiritual confrontation, are you ready for the fight?  This conference is designed to provide you with a sound battle plan.  Don’t miss it!


Fr. Wolfgang Seitz, ORC

national Director Opus Angelorum

Fr. Wolfgang Seitz, ORC, is originally from Ehingen, Germany. He is a member of the Order of Canons Regular of the Holy Cross, an international Order which has its Motherhouse in Tirol, Austria. The Order has the overall direction of the international apostolate, Opus Sanctorum Angelorum (Work of the Holy Angels), a public association of the faithful, whose mission is to spread devotion to the holy angels in the Church.

Fr. Seitz studied at the seminary of the Order, Institutum Sapientiae, in Anapolis, Brazil, after which he was ordained a priest in 2002. His first mission after Ordination was to Detroit, for a pastoral year at Assumption Grotto Parish. Since then, he has been giving retreats and conferences throughout the United States.

Adam Blai

Peritus of religious demonology & exorcism

Adam Blai is a Peritus of religious demonology and exorcism for the Pittsburgh diocese. He has been an auxiliary member of the International Association of Exorcists in Rome for a number of years. A regular instructor for the Te Deum Institute of Sacred Liturgy in the Tulsa diocese, Blai provides training for exorcists nationally. He has a Master’s in Psychology and has done most of his professional psychological work in forensic settings. Blai is currently working full-time for the Pittsburgh diocese and providing assistance to a number of other dioceses.

Kathleen Beckman

Evangelist, author, radio host

Kathleen Beckman, L.H.S., Catholic evangelist, best-selling author, writer, speaker, radio host, and Ignatian retreat director, has served in the Church for twenty-seven years.

She is the co-founder and President of Foundation of Prayer for Priests (www.foundationforpriests.org), an international apostolate of prayer for the sanctity of priests. Often featured on Catholic media: EWTN Radio, TV, Radio Maria, Catholic Channel, Focus TV, she enthusiastically proclaims the joy of the Gospel. Since 1992 she has served in all levels of leadership in Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women. Having trained and served at the Pope Leo XIII Institute and the Association of International Exorcists Rome couse, “Exorcism and Prayers of Liberation”, she sits on the advisory board of the Pope Leo XIII Institute while serving as the Orange diocesan administrator of exorcism and deliverance ministry. Kathleen has been a member of the exorcist’s team for fifteen years. Having endured the tragic murder of a family member, Kathleen speaks of the healing power of forgiveness. 

Sophia Institute Press published her last three books:  Praying for Priests: An Urgent Call for the Salvation of Souls. Foreword by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. (2018); God's Healing Mercy: Finding Your Path to Forgiveness, Peace and Joy. Foreword by Bishop Kevin Vann, JCD, DD. (2015); When Women Pray: Eleven Catholic Women on the Power of Prayer. Foreword by Sr. Regina Marie, O.C.D. (2017). Kathleen is a wife, mother, and grandmother.

Conference Schedule

Friday; September 24

5:30pm-9:30pm: Registration Open

6:30pm: Welcome & Introduction

6:45pm: Families Know Your Dignity: Transform the Culture of Death into a Family of Life and Love”- Fr. Wolfgang Seitz, ORC

7:45pm: Break

8:15pm: “Unmasking Demonic Disguises so You Can Build a Eucharistic Home”- Kathleen Beckman“

9:15pm: Conclusion Day One

Saturday; September 25

8:00am-1:00pm: Registration Open

8:00am: Daily Mass 

9:00am: Welcome & Introduction

9:10am: "Doorways to the Demonic: Once Avoided, Now Celebrated"- Adam Blai 

10:00am: Break

10:30am: “The Indispensable Role of the Family in the Church’s Battle for the Salvation of the World”- Fr. Wolfgang Seitz, ORC

11:30pm: Prayer/Lunch 

12:00pm: Seraphim Pass Holder Speaker Q&A 

12:30pm: Raffle Drawing 

“Key Strategies for Protecting the Family and Responding to Demonic Attacks on Loved Ones”- Kathleen Beckman 

1:30pm: Break

1:50pm: "Self Help Spiritual Warfare: What We Can and Cannot Do"- Adam Blai

3:05pm: Raffle Drawing 

Conclusion of Conference

3:30pm: Confessions 

5:00pm: Vigil Mass