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Catholic MEN’S Night-Livingston Vicariate-Lansing Diocese

October 19, 2017 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”
IN the chapel:
Prayer: 6:20p
Holy Mass: 7p
Speaker: 7:40p
In McCann Hall:
Refreshments: 8:20p

Join the MEN of the Livingston area parishes of the Diocese of Lansing on the Third Thursday each month to grow in faith, discipleship and brotherhood, with Prayer, Mass, and a dynamic speaker presentation. Be inspired and strengthened in community, with reflection and practical application to live as a faith-filled man! Good food and beverages too!
This month’s speaker is Fr. Patrick Brennan, CP, Retreat Director at St. Paul of the Cross Passionist Retreat Center-Detroit. HIs talk and reflection will be “Finding Peace and Joy Amidst Life’s Difficulties.” Fr. Pat has been a Priest for 44 years and in the Passionist Order for 50 years. He has an STL, doctoral work, & Master Degree in clinical psychology. For 50 years–with contagious joy and a burning desire for the heart of God!–he’s been extensively involved in seminary formation, spiritual direction and preaching.
Come for whole evening or part, but… Do not miss Fr. Pat!

*BONUS: Gain deeper awareness of God the Father’s personal love for you, the actual presence of Jesus in your life, and the indwelling & gifts of the Holy Spirit by attending the “Dave Cooney Memorial Retreat” at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center April 27-29, 2018. Register October 19 for one of the few remaining spots to receive an exclusive discount to join 60+ men from your parish community in this experience. The theme is “CALLED BY NAME” & you truly are called-NOW! This is a Spirit-filled weekend of silent prayer, inspired talks, reflections and outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Great food & facilities, serene grounds, & more…. much much more!


October 19, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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St Patrick Catholic Church; Brighton, MI
711 RIckett Road

Brighton, 48116 United States


Rory Clark