Catholic Men Living Out the Faith – Twelve Ways to Become a Committed Catholic Man

“But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, then we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of his Son Jesus cleanses us from all sin.” (1 John 1:7)

Twelve Ways to Become a Committed Catholic Man

There is a Catholic “man-crisis.” Large numbers of men who were baptized Catholic have left the Church and the majority of those who remain are “Casual Catholic Men”, men who do not know the Catholic faith and don’t practice it.

  1. Develop a rousing case for why Jesus Christ is your King – If a man is asked to describe why he loves his parents, wife, children or friends, most can quickly rattle off a long list of reasons for his love. But for most men, Jesus Christ is abstract, conceptual or a long-gone historical figure. Large numbers of men don’t know Jesus as real, alive and present. Each Catholic man must to be able to give a rousing argument for why Jesus Christ is the greatest Man and why Jesus is his King. If a man is not convinced about Christ’s greatness to the point of being able to articulate the case, his growth in faith will be stunted and he will be unable to draw others to Christ. Committed Catholic Men can make the case for Christ. 

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Resources:

The Word Among Us Partners, (http://www.waupartners.org/)

The Importance of Community in Living Out Our Faith

CHRISTIAN MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST

The next monthly breakfast at St. Peter’s Church, North Ridgeville, will be Saturday, October 19 from 8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Meet in the school gymnasium. RSVP to Tom Fumich at 440-610-6604. To car pool from St. Teresa’s parking lot meet at 7:45 a.m.