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Raising Chivalrous Young Men, Conference Audio Tape Series

“Raising Chivalrous Young Men”, this incredible collection will give all parents and especially home schoolers, teachers, and clergy the basis needed to begin teaching the restoration of chivalry.

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Raising Chivalrous Young Men AUDIO PODCASTS ARE AVAILABLE!

The first ever Raising Chivalrous Young Men In An Increasingly Decadent Society Conference was an amazing success, laudetur sanctos familio!

The audio tape – podcast –  series being offered here contains the complete program of speakers and Mike Church’s introductory remarks that laid the groundwork for the groundbreaking Conference that was to follow. The Conference was held May 18th at the Columbia Club in Woodbridge, NJ.

This audio tape – podcast – series will be available on our private YouTube Channel so you can watch it wherever you have an internet connection without having to store it on your devices.

Looking for the Videos of The Chivalry Conference? Get them here or buy the Video AND Audio together and save $5.00

The series includes 5 talks from the Chivalry Conference.

Brother André Marie – “Chivalrous Vocations.”

Mike Church – “Chivalrous Men: Guiding Young Men by The Lamp of Experience”

Joseph Pearce – “Readings For Knights: Chivalry In Modern Literature”

G.C. Dilsaver – “The Three Marks Of Chivalrous Manhood”

James Matthew Wilson – “Chivalry in Poetry”

“Raising Chivalrous Young Men”, this incredible collection will give all parents and especially home schoolers, teachers, and clergy the basis needed to begin teaching the restoration of chivalry.

Why Chivalry, Why Now?

“This is, I say, a new kind of knighthood and one unknown to the ages gone by. It ceaselessly wages a twofold war both against flesh and blood and against a spiritual army of evil in the heavens. He is truly a fearless knight and secure on every side, for his soul is protected by the armor of faith just as his body is protected by armor of steel. He is thus doubly armed and need fear neither demons nor men.” –  Saint Bernard of Clairvaux