Now more than ever, men need to find the courage to fully live their faith. Most men, deep in their heart, desire to become a better man, husband, father and child of God. Men today are craving Truth. ATruth that can only be found by being fully alive in their catholic faith.
Again this September, hundreds of men will gather at Seton on a Saturday and spend the day engaging with each other and listening to what God wants for them in their lives. All you need is the courage to show up and listen to what God’s message is for you. Regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, Courageous is sure to help you find the courage you need to live the remarkable life God has planned for you.
Registration is now open!
Be Courageous. On September 21st.
About the Event
Below is a general schedule for the day. A detailed schedule with session and speaker information will be posted as we get closer to the event.
|8:30||Registration / Sign-In / Continental Breakfast|
Fr. Thomas Haan
Welcome back Fr. Haan to St. Elizabeth Seton as he shares with us what it means to be made in the image and likeness of God. How can we reveal God the Father to those around us?
Geoff and Eric Glanders
Former parishioner Geoff Glanders and his son Eric, who works at St. Theodore Guerin High School, will share with us some of the challenges they faced throughout their journey and how a transformation of faith is now impacting the third generation.
Joe is man of many titles: stand up comedian, Guerin Catholic football announcer, teacher, tennis coach, husband, father, son, and the list goes on. Through all of this, Joe has found a way to reveal the love of God the Father to everyone he encounters every day.
Former offensive lineman for the Indianapolis Colts, Joe was blessed to play with both Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck. Joe will share what it was like to play in the NFL while trying to live out one’s faith. He’ll also provide some insight into the 3 things every man must have.
What to Expect
A relaxed day spent with like-minded men learning, listening, relaxing and being inspired.
February Monthly Challenge – The Mass
There is so much happening throughout the Mass that it’s not uncommon to be a bit perplexed – Why is it called the Mass? Why do we do things in a particular order? Why does the priest say certain things? What does it mean when the priest says “Lamb of God”? The connection of the Old Testament to the New Testament is truly acted out and spoken throughout the Mass, bringing a whole new understanding and reverence once realized.
The challenge for this month is to join together with 2 – 3 other men and view Bishop Robert Barron’s 6-part series on The Mass.
Click on the image to learn more and take part in the challenge.
Are you looking for a challenge? Are you looking for a way to better yourself, better your faith, and become a stronger Catholic man? Try some of these Courageous Challenges to help you on your journey!
Be Courageous… And Pray
The rosary is a spiritual weapon for all of us and we, as men, can lead our families to embrace this devotion. Now you can pray along with the men of Seton and experience this powerful prayer whenever you want - whether it's at home, in the office, or on the go in your car, simply by clicking and downloading one of the recordings below.
My friend, if you want to be great, become little. To be little it is necessary to believe as children believe, to love as children love, to abandon yourself as children abandon themselves... to pray as children pray... Become little. Come with me and – this is the essence of what I have to confide – we will live the life of Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
Glorious Mysteries (Sunday and Wednesday)
Joyful Mysteries (Monday and Saturday)
Sorrowful Mysteries (Tuesday and Friday)
Luminous Mysteries (Thursday)
Those Catholic Men
By Catholic Men. For Catholic Men. www.thosecatholicmen.com
Be Bold. Be Catholic. www.dynamiccatholic.com
The Catholic Faith. On Demand. www.formed.org