Men from all walks in the Philadelphia Archdiocese heard speakers and prayed together at Mass for the men’s spirituality conference March 12. See complete coverage here. (Photos by Sarah Webb and Lou Baldwin)
Rich Gannon, a Philadelphia native and former All Pro NFL quarterback, speaks at Man Up Philly.
From left, Noah and Moses Burdett traveled with their father from St. Columbkill Parish in Boyertown, Diocese of Allentown, to attend Man Up Philly.
Ryan McKenna (left) and Bob Mariotti attend from St. Joseph Parish in Aston, Delaware County.
Joe Zakorchemny from St. Joseph Parish in Aston listens intently to guest speakers.
Joe Lacey from St. Mary Magdelean Parish in Media prays during Mass.
The Man Up Philly Band leads the men in song.
Eustace Mita, the annual event’s organizer, thanks those in attendance of Man Up Philly 2016.
Bob Nowak from St. Teresa of Avila Parish in Norristown prays the rosary before Mass.
Dr. Joseph Woodring from SS. Phillip and James Parish in Exton.
Bernie Cory of St. Anselm Parish Northeast Philadelphia.
Jerry Carrier (right) from St. Ephrem Parish in Bensalem.
The Knights of Columbus added their presence at Man Up Philly.
Rich Gannon (center) chats with men after he spoke at Man Up Philly.
Father Stephen DeLacy and seminarian Max McGallagher who spoke on his vocation at Man Up Philly.
Eustace Mita and guest speaker Fr. George Grima
Father Stephen DeLacy poses with young men attending Saint Charles Seminary and those discerning that attended Man Up Philly.
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