Join other Catholic men from across the Diocese of Trenton at the 22nd Annual Men’s Conference on Saturday, February 23, at Saint Mary, Mother of God Parish in Middletown, NJ. The theme of this year’s conference is “Rebuild My Church”. The day runs from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and will feature Holy Mass celebrated by Bishop David O’Connell, as well as inspiring talks by Curtis Martin who, in addition to being the founder and CEO of Fellowship of Catholic University Students, is an internationally renowned author, Catholic radio & TV host, and Max Ford, an evangelist, singer and songwriter who co-founded Holy Spirit House in the south of France. There will also be music, Catholic vendors, and the opportunity to fellowship with other men who are looking to grow in their walk with Jesus and dynamically live out their Catholic faith. A youth breakout session will also be offered for young men from 8th grade to college age.
Our 22nd annual men's conference on Feb. 23 is fast approaching!!! Parish captains play a critical role in spreading the word, and we invite all parish captains to attend our Kickoff Event on January 12. We will be distributing our media packet and digital links which contain everything you need to spread the word about the CMJC Conference in your parish community.
If you are not yet a parish captain but would like to help at your parish, please attend the event. It's easy to become a captain and we need your help!
Holy Mass begins at 8:15 am, then we will have bagels, coffee and music.
Please let us know if you are unable to attend so that we can send you the marketing information after the Mini Conference. If you are attending please register, now.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the event or how to register.
Thank you for your attention and response. God will bless your commitment and service! We look forward to seeing you at the Mini Conference.
About the Night
This evening will include dinner, fellowship, a spiritual reflection, time of discernment, prayer, Confession, and the Holy Mass. Come, join your brothers in faith and renew your strength for the spiritual battle!
Father Tom Barry
Fr. Michael Santangelo