Men of Christ Conference: Mastering What Matters
A hybrid conference in parishes nationwide
The Men of Christ apostolate is a group of Catholic lay men from all walks of life who have come together to make a difference in this world by helping other men to live their Catholic faith boldly.
Get the man, get the family.
Get the family, get the community.
Get the community, retake the culture.
We strive to help men realize that they—as men—play a unique and critical role in God’s plan of salvation. We work to create an environment that enables men to build strong friendships—a band of brothers—who give each other the strength to serve and protect our families, our country and our Church in today’s great spiritual battle.
An apostolate of authentic friendship
called to create islands of sanity
to prepare for the coming storm.
We do this by re-introducing men to the power that comes from integrating the practices of Catholicism into daily life: prayer, the sacraments, scripture, study, and fellowship, so that the Holy Spirit can work in and through us to sanctify our culture.
18TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 2024
Mastering What Matters
This year, several parishes have joined forces to host the conference at a “Super Site.” This will create a bigger conference experience for those who are looking for that opportunity. Please be aware that some of these super sites will be charging a nominal amount to cover the rental costs. We deeply appreciate your free will offerings and prayers for success—which for the MEN OF CHRIST apostolate means conversion of souls, many confessions and a deepening of our Catholic Faith. Please invite brothers, friends, dads, uncles, sons, neighbors—every man will benefit from this experience. And invite non-Catholic friends, too, there truly is something for every man who is looking to increase his faith and lead his family to heaven.
Register to attend the conference at a parish near you:
- Clarendon Hills—Notre Dame
- Plainfield—St. Mary Immaculate
- Naperville—Holy Spirit
- New Lenox—St. Jude
- Wayne—Resurrection Catholic Church
- Wheaton—St. Michael