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The Catholic Men's Fellowship is comprised of hundreds of men from all walks of life who meet regularly in small groups, often every other Saturday morning, in an informal setting. We pray for loved ones and friends in need, we share experiences in dealing with life's challenges, and we support each other in our attempts to deepen our relationship with the Lord.

Who are we?

Each of us has recognized a need for stronger spiritual values in our lives. We have given our lives over, in varying degrees, to Jesus Christ and His gospel message, and we are open to respond to the gifts of the Holy Spirit.

One may be part of the group at any level of participation. Regular attendance is encouraged but not required given our informal atmosphere. We urge men to assume responsibility for building the faith within the greater community and we encourage leadership within the group.

Our meetings are a safe haven - we have great respect for confidentiality. A man's position within the community is unimportant. We have a sense of needing each other and the Lord.

What do we do?

We commit ourselves to:

  • growing closer to Jesus Christ
  • encouraging our brothers and call them on to holiness
  • furthering our understanding of the Catholic faith
  • encouraging our wives, children, and families to grow spiritually with us
  • learning new ways to live and support each other, our wives and our children
  • faithfully attend all gatherings.

We evangelize by helping other parishes establish similar groups in their areas.

We encourage the development of smaller groups to meet at different times so as to deepen one's relationship with the Lord.

For a more detailed outline and description of the specific nature of the fellowship, download our Catholic Men's Fellowship Handbook and also check out our men's fellowship group workshop handout.

 

Newsflash

Catholic Men’s Spring Fellowship
What’s Your Story?

Saturday, March 17th, 2012
St. Michaels Hall, Fort Loramie, Ohio
8:00am-3:30pm
Doors open 7:30am

Day includes breakfast, lunch, reconciliation and Eucharist