Keynote Speaker: Greg Moulaison
Greg Moulaison is a retired Canadian Air Force Major who has no hesitation about witnessing, through personal examples how the Holy Spirit has brought about an on-going personal Spiritual renewal in his life. He is a popular dynamic speaker who has directed numerous retreats as well as various other events from Newfoundland to Ontario. Presently Greg is chairperson of the Atlantic Service Committee which serves the Catholic Charismatic Renewal throughout the Atlantic Provinces. He and his wife, Pat, live in Yarmouth, NS. They have two children and four grandchildren all living in Ottawa, ON.
Speaker: Fr. Mark Cherry
Father Mark Cherry grew up in Halifax and is the oldest of eight children. Sports’ was number one in his life until diagnosed with Lupus erythematosus at age fifteen causing his withdrawal from all sporting activities. In the fall of 1976, Father Mark had a profound conversion to Christ coming to know His love and forgiveness personally. In February of 1978, while attending a healing service he had a miraculous healing from Lupus.
After 20 years in the Men’s Retail Fashion business God set him on a path to Priesthood. Ordained in April 2005, in addition to his duties as a parish priest, he has ministered as a Parish Mission speaker, a conference speaker, as a retreat leader, and at Healing Masses. Father Mark has a passion for sharing the life transforming love and power of Jesus Christ through anointed preaching and teaching of God’s Word. His desire is to see hearts set free, healed, lifted up and empowered by the Holy Spirit to live out their Divine Mission.
Master of Ceremonies: Joe DiPenta
Joe DiPenta was the first hockey player to bring the Stanley Cup back to his home town of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. During his hockey career, he also played for the Philadelphia Flyers, Atlanta Thrashers, Vancouver Canucks and Buffalo Sabres organizations. After graduation from California State University in Long Beach, Joe moved home to pursue a career with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada, as National Vice President of Development, to help children and other members of his local community dealing with cancer.