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On Saturday September 14th, Mary Mother of Mercy Parish will host the Brothers in Christ Catholic Men’s Conference from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 500 Greentree Road, Glassboro NJ. The event will include celebration of Mass and speakers on spiritual issues facing men today. The featured speaker is Joe Klecko, former NY Jets defensive lineman and frequent speaker at Catholic events. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The registration fee is $20. This event is open to all men ages 14 and up and is co-sponsored by St John Neumann and Our Lady Queen of Peace Knights of Columbus Councils. Register here.
Bp Earl Boyea made a 3-minute video to help the Ann Arbor Catholic Men promote their annual conference:
The Philadelphia Men’s Spirituality Conference is scheduled for Saturday March 3rd. GOTR CMF is interested in chartering a bus to the conference for men from the Scranton Diocese. The approximate cost for bus plus registration is $50. Speakers include Rev Brian Bransfield, Immaculee Ilibagiza, Tim Staples, Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers. Music by Tony Melendez, and Mass with Archbishop Chaput. See news paper article for more information. We will be registering as a group for special rate. Please e-mail me by Monday, February 6th to commit to the trip; deposit will be required later. Need a commitment from 20 men before we reserve the bus. St Joseph, Guardian of the Redeemer, pray for us .
In February, ChristLife will have their National Training Conference on evangelization. Highly recommended, especially for anyone involved in parish evangelization efforts.
The 15th annual Catholic Men’s Conference in the Diocese of Trenton will be held on February 25th. Get all the details here.
The Christmas edition of “Joseph,” the quarterly magazine of the Pennsylvania Province of the Oblates of St Joseph, features (on Page 3) a summary of our recent Men’s Conference held at the OSJ Seminary in Laflin. We are truly grateful to Fr Paul McDonnell OSJ for his hospitality and support of the Guardian of the Redeemer CMF.