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)
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This was my first conference. I really enjoyed it. I am looking forward to next year.
I have had the good fortune to attend all 8 of the MAN UP PHILLY spiritual conferences. This may have been the best of all eight with Curtis Martin telling us to “flip the switch” to get our “name in the book.” A surprise was the address by Father Alex Gibbs(ordained May, 2015) as he spoke about his path to the priesthood and prepared all of us for Reconciliation. This was an excellent day and I look forward to March 4, 2017 the next MAN UP PHILLY!