Catholic men across the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will gather for the 10th annual Man Up Philly Spirituality Conference on Saturday, March 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Mirenda Center on the campus of Neumann University, Aston, Delaware County.
Last year the conference drew more than 1,300 men for prayer, fellowship and education.
The conference provides an opportunity for men to come together in Christian brotherhood and hear inspirational talks from fellow men on the journey of faith. The day-long event will include time for eucharistic adoration and the sacrament of reconciliation, and will conclude with evening Mass.
Among the five speakers are former Philadelphia Eagle Seth Joyner, as well as Catholic leader Jim Towey, former Philadelphia Flyer and businessman Don Saleski, Irish tenor Mark Forrest and local author and businessman Brian Gail.
See ManUpPhilly.com for more details, and watch CatholicPhilly.com for coverage of the event.
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