All men, from every stage of life, are invited to join the Men’s Ministry!
Come learn, share, and grow in your faith through prayer, talks and fellowship!
Join our own Padres, Fr. James, Fr. John, and Deacon Gene Leger for beer, brats, and camaraderie. There will also be time for you to ask any questions you may have regarding our Catholic faith.
“Prayer is the best weapon we possess. It is the key that opens the heart of God.” -Padre Pio
The Men’s Ministry THIRD THURSDAY returns for the 2021-2022 year!
We’re excited to gather for prayer, fellowship, and an exploration of what it means to be a Catholic man in today’s world. Using the newly released video series, we’ll explore topics of masculinity, fatherhood, leadership, spirituality with speakers including Dr. Scott Hahn, Fr. Mike Schmitz, Jason Evert and many others. See dates and topics below.
- Oct. 21: Masculinity & Brotherhood
- Nov. 18: Leadership & Fatherhood
- Dec. 16: Family & Life
- Jan. 20: Prayer & Suffering
- Feb. 17: Sacramental Life & Spiritual Warfare
- Mar. 17: Evangelization & The Cornerstone
- April: No gathering – Happy Easter!
- May 19: End of Year Dinner
Runs 13 weeks, beginning Saturday, September 18th
Saturday morning schedule:
7:00 – 7:30 am- Fellowship
7:30 – 8:00 am- Video from TMIY program
8:00 – 8:30 am- Small group sharing
LOCATION: Parish Activities Center (P.A.C.)
This year’s focus will be on “The Vision of Man Fully Alive,” which enables men to experience authentic freedom as sons of God. As men, we learn to live the three-fold mission of abiding presence, joyful service, and loving sacrifice in our hearts and home in order to experience the joy that God desires.
Start your day off right and be home in time to make breakfast for the family!
Contact John Walsh for more info: michaeljohn32 [at] yahoo.com
For more info about the “That Man is You” program, visit: paradisusdei.org/that-man-is-you/
The St. Francis Men’s Ministry exists to join men more fully each day in the mission of the Holy Spirit, by equipping them to live as disciples of Jesus Christ and to demonstrate the love of the Father through word and deed to a world in need.