Reception with Jim Caviezel

Photo opportunity with Jim Caviezel to support ongoing faithful citizenship education.

This once-in-a-lifetime experience to meet and greet the man who, through his portrayal of Jesus in The Passion of the Christ, has inspired the faith of countless people worldwide. Not only do you get to be a part of this incredible experience, hear private remarks from Jim, and receive a photo that captures that memory for a lifetime, but your purchase of a reception ticket will also help inspire people across Minnesota to put their faith into action as faithful citizens advocating for life and dignity — all this before Jim takes the stage during the main morning program.

The cost of a ticket to this reception, $250 per person*, goes to support ongoing educational efforts to nurture faithful citizenship among Catholics in Minnesota.

To register for this morning reception and the full Catholics at the Capitol program, visit the registration page and check the box for the reception under “Additional Opportunity”.

You also have the opportunity to get up to 4 FREE tickets to this reception. For every 10 people that you register or refer for Catholics at the Capitol, you will get 1 FREE ticket for the morning reception. **Make sure each person whom you refer lists your name as the referral in the comments section of their registration form.**

Can’t make it for the entire program? No problem! This reception is the perfect opportunity for you to support the educational efforts that help Minnesota Catholics learn to live out their faith in the public arena as advocates for life and dignity. To register for just the reception, call or email Katie Wratkowski at (651) 227-8777 or kwratkowski@mncatholic.org

The morning reception begins at 8:00 AM at the RiverCentre. A continental breakfast will be provided at the reception. Arrive early to check-in, visit our great vendors, catch up with friends, and ensure you don’t miss Jim’s private remarks to reception attendees.

*Price of ticket is not tax deductible because the Minnesota Catholic Conference is an advocacy organization.