Registration for the webcast includes access to both live and replayed portions of the conference as well as downloadable videos of the music, meditation, some liturgies, group processing, and talks by John Dominic Crossan, Jacqui Lewis and Richard Rohr. Some liturgies, meditative experiences, and other in-person portions of the conference are not included. Watch keynote presentations via online webcast from anywhere in the world (high-speed internet connection required).
Approximately six weeks after the conference, we will send you an email with access to the edited, standard-definition videos. The videos may be streamed online and/or downloaded and saved as MP4 video files.Webcast Replay
The webcast replay will be available shortly following each session. You may view the replay online at any time through Monday, May 6th, 2019.Financial Assistance:
Please click here
to apply for financial assistance. You must apply for financial assistance before registering for the conference.
CAC webcasts may be viewed on a variety of devices, including Android phones and tablets, iPhones and iPads, Roku, and Chromecast, via a high-speed internet connection. Detailed technical information about viewing the webcast is available here.
Each webcast registration is valid for a single internet connection. You may invite as many people as you wish to watch the webcast and/or replay with you in a single location. However, please do not share your access information with others. If you plan to invite a group to watch the webcast with you, please be aware that technical glitches occasionally occur during live events.
CAC cannot guarantee that your internet connection will be fast enough to stream the webcast/replay. At this time, unfortunately, CAC cannot provide technical support over the phone.