Our goal should be to always live life in God’s presence and according to His Will, not according to what might cause others to speak well of us.
We look forward to celebrating mass with several hundred men at St. Mary’s Cathedral on July 22, 2017 at 10am. This is the perfect time to invite a neighbor or friend who you would like to introduce to the Catholic Church. Another great idea is to bring your son! St. Mary’s Cathedral at 10am on July 22, 2017 […]
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The 2016 Men’s Mass was held at Saint Mary’s Cathedral on July 23, 2016. Bishop Joe Vasquez was the celebrant for the mass which was attended by hundreds of men from throughout the diocese. Courtesy of Riojas Photography. Rafael Riojas can be reached at email@example.com.
This is our final video from the 2016 Men’s Conference, but a great one. Our last talk for the conference was actually a Q&A with Tim Staples and Trent Horn fielding questions from the men in attendance. Thank you to all who participated and we look forward to seeing you in 2017!
Fr. Francisco’s testimony was the talk of this year’s Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference and now we are able to share it with you. Thank you to all those who joined us for this year’s Conference and also for the Men’s Mass this past July.
Our next video from the 2016 Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference is a captivating talk from Trent Horn, apologist and speaker from Catholic Answers, concerning how to deal with the claims and attacks of atheism as well as the effects of secularism. We hope you enjoy this talk and join us for next year’s conference.
Our next video from the 2016 Iron Sharpens Iron Conference is from the estimable Fr. Charlie Van Winkle. We were blessed to have over 10 priests available to hear Confessions this year and Fr. Charlie shares his thoughts and advice with our men on the Sacrament of Confession.
The first Sunday after Easter is Divine Mercy Sunday and this seems like an appropriate setting to share our next video from the 2016 Iron Sharpens Iron Conference. Jonathan Saenz, president of Texas Values, shares his story of how other men, in their mercy, have helped him in his faith journey. His story of God’s guidance, forgiveness, and mercy that ultimately has led him through many incredible court and public policy victories for Christian values, and also through some very dark times, including his divorce, provides a sobering but hopeful view for all of us in our times of joy and sorrow. Thank you Jonathan for your courage in sharing your story with us and may God bless you and your organization.
THE SEVEN WORDS FROM THE CROSS Text from the book: “Life of Christ” by Bishop Fulton Sheen Our Lord spoke seven times from the Cross; these are called His Seven Last Words. In His goodness, Our Blessed Lord left His thoughts on dying. He was representative of all humanity. In this sublime hour He called all His children to the […]