Annual Catholic Men’s Conference set for March 5

Men's ConferenceThe Archdiocese of Louisville’s fifth annual Catholic Men’s Conference, set for March 5, will include two speaker, a variety of workshops and an opportunity for fellowship.

The day-long conference will be held once again at St. Michael Church, 3705 Stone Lakes Drive, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

It will begin with a continental breakfast and will conclude with Mass, which will be celebrated by Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz.

The keynote speaker this year will be Curtis Martin, the founder and chief executive officer of FOCUS, a ministry to college students.

Martin will address the conference on the day’s theme, “Made for More.”

The theme of the conference is also the title of Martin’s book, which will be given away to conference participants who register in advance.

Jeffrey Wright, a teacher at Male High School, will also give a presentation titled “Wright’s Law: A Unique Teacher imparts Real Life Lessons” at the conference.

Other breakout sessions will include information about how to start a men’s group and ministry. And another workshop will teach men how to pray the rosary.

All attendees will have an opportunity to participate in the sacrament of reconciliation.

The cost to attend the conference is $30 for adults, if you register in advance. The cost at the door is $35. The cost for students is $15 and young men are encouraged to attend.

Visit cmclouisville.net or contact Lynn McDaniel at 448-8581 or lmcdaniel@archlou.org to register.

Space is limited to the first 800 registrants. Scholarships are available by request.

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