We are committed men, principally Catholic, who recognize our need for God’s help. We gather in Christ’s presence in an atmosphere of trust, equality and anonymity to share our experiences and learn from each other. We unconditionally accept each other and prayerfully support one another.
What We’re All About
Catholic men’s fellowship groups are gatherings of men, usually from the same parish, who get together to discuss their lives in the light of their Catholic faith and to share their faith and experiences through friendship, prayer, and fraternity.
The Saginaw chapter is spread across the eleven counties in the Saginaw Diocese and is part of the larger Catholic men’s movement across the United States.
For more information about us, and how to get involved, check out the About Us pages. We explain our purpose and approach that result in successful men’s fellowship small groups. We also host an annual men’s conference to facilitate fellowship and learning.
Monthly Men’s Seminar……and Mass!
Our men’s fellowship hosts a monthly seminar from September through May. These monthly seminars are a fantastic opportunity for prayer, fellowship, and deepening your spirituality. Each month we gather for Mass on a Wednesday evening at the Center for Ministry. After Mass we gather for a short seminar by the presiding priest speaking on a topic of his choosing. Due to popular demand, we will work to make the Sacrament of Reconciliation available at 5:30. Fr. Ederer has agreed to support this ministry.