St Brendan Men’s Ministry helps the men of the parish to grow in their faith and discipleship of Christ through Bible studies, faith-sharing, and fellowship. We invite all men of the parish to join us for faith and fellowship. Just show up!
The following sessions are being offered:
TMIY: THE LIGHT OF MEN, SEPT. 17
The world needs light and we know there is but one source of light – Jesus! He is the light shattering the darkness of our day. To be in the light is to allow God’s light to shine through you and become manifest in abundant virtue. “In him was life, and the life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it” (John 1: 4-5).
Join us for food, fellowship and faith September 17, 6:30 (light breakfast served) – 8AM. All men are welcome. Contact Tom Lindsey to register or with questions. Learn more by downloading the pdf flier attachment HERE, visit tmiy.org or watch the video trailer below…
TOM LINDSEY | STRAYER4740@GMAIL.COM
TUESDAY MEN’S GROUP
DIFFICULT TEACHINGS, SEPT. 13
The ST BRENDAN MEN’S MINISTRY TUESDAY GROUP returns September 13 for a study of “Difficult Teachings” by Matthew Kelly.
Jesus spoke to the people in beautiful parables and beatitudes to encourage and comfort but every teaching challenged every listener. What’s the hardest part about following Jesus? What teaching do you find particularly hard to live?
Explore 40 of Jesus’ most difficult teachings with Matthew Kelly. Here’s a sampling: Love Your Enemies. Do Not Worry. Do Not Be Afraid. The Narrow Path. Deny Yourself. Hell is Real. The Paradoxical Path. Sell What You Own. I Am the Way. What You Do for the Least. In a world that is confused about just about everything, the clarity of the Gospel is needed more than ever before. We are all being called to live the Gospel more fully than ever before.
Join us in the Davidson Rd Meeting Room A at 6:30AM. All men are welcome! Questions? Contact Steve Dungan.
Steve Dungan | email@example.com
An annual day of retreat and reflections for the men of the parish which is prepared by the men of the parish.
Larry Hanchin | firstname.lastname@example.org