The Mirenda Center at Neumann University hosted about 1,500 men on Saturday, March 7 for the 12th annual Man Up Philly Conference.
Men of all ages, backgrounds and vocations came together for Man Up Philly with speakers retired Philadelphia Eagles tight end and Super Bowl LII champion Brent Celek, NBA commentator and Permanent Deacon Steve Javie, renowned speaker and genocide survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza and lay ministry leader Steve Bollman. The joyfilled day concluded with Archbishop Nelson Perez clelebrating the closing Mass. Read more about the event. (Photos by Marc Cordero)
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