We cook our own breakfasts and appreciate very much all those that volunteer to help out in the kitchen.
We want to keep the meetings timely, but casual; fluid, but flexible. The times listed are approximate, but we will always try to end on time. Breakfasts are held in the Parish Hall.
- 8:00 – 8:30 a.m. Mass in the Chapel before breakfast if you can make it.
- 8:45 – 9:15 a.m. Prayer of thanksgiving and breakfast served.
- 9:15 – 10:10 a.m. Presentation and discussion centered on the personal and spiritual needs of men in the context of their Catholic faith.
- 10:10 – 10:15 a.m. Announcements and closing prayer.
|YOU’RE INVITED TO JOIN US FOR FAITH, FELLOWSHIP AND FOOD|
It’s been a year since our last Fishers of Men’s breakfast, as we met on March 14, 2020. It’s been much too long!
This Saturday we begin again, perhaps even anew. Certainly, the last couple of years have tested our spirits, our resolve, our resiliency. Perhaps we’ve looked more to our faith, to Jesus Christ for help and guidance. Perhaps not, maybe at times we were overcome with discouragement, even despair. That’s why our parish community is so important – none of us can do this alone. Our walk in faith is made far easier when we walk with our brothers.
For all of us it’s been at least a year since we gathered together at a Fishers of Men’s breakfast – celebrating food, friendship and faith. For some, perhaps it’s been even longer. No matter if you were with us when we last gathered, much longer than that, or never – what better time to commit to a band of brothers than this Lenten season. I challenge us all to make the commitment – knowing well that it’s not an easy one to make, let alone keep.
Joining Fishers of Men each month “puts us to the test” and is a great way to strengthen our faith, journeying with one another, each of us accountable to the other. Proverbs 27:17 reminds us: “Iron sharpens iron, one man sharpens another.” Not to mention, the discussion can be reflective, challenging, even demonstrative – sometimes all at the same time.
We enjoy what everyone brings to our group – and hope to see even more of you this Saturday. Feel free to invite a friend.
Breakfasts, same as before – food, discussion and prayer;
done by about 10:15.
Please note that we will meet at:
Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church
“…I was in prison, and you visited me.”
In order to volunteer, you must be at least 21 years old, a practicing Catholic who is fully initiated, and be able to pass a background check.
Click here to download a list containing detailed information about the detention facilities throughout the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee that are serviced by Catholic Prison Ministry Volunteers.
The Care Ministry is a group of Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers who take the Body of Christ, visit, and pray with people who are in nursing homes, homebound, or in the hospital. Theirs is a mission of love and spiritual comfort as they bring the most precious gift of the Eucharist to those who would otherwise not be able to receive at Mass.
“…give them material and moral support in old age and in times of illness, loneliness, or distress. Jesus recalls this duty of gratitude.”
We exist to show the love of God to one another and encourage each other as we seek to become disciples of Jesus Christ. This group is designed to provide support, community, and friendship as we live out the many roles we have as women of God. Come be encouraged in your vocation as we share the joys and struggles of motherhood. Moms of all ages and stages are welcome!
“Mom’s group provides me with the opportunity to grow in faith alongside like-minded Catholic mothers who are striving to live out the Gospel message in daily life.”
“Being a Christian is not just about following commandments: it is about letting Christ take possession of our lives and transform them.”
Saint Dominic Media Production Center is an offshoot of Saint Dominic Parish. Saint Dominic Media aspires to evangelize people from every walk of life and at every stage of their spiritual journey, by sharing the beauty and joy of the Catholic faith.
Saint Dominic Media is responsible for the production of several programs as well as parish video content. The three core productions are: Catholic in America; Redeemed; and Made for Glory – which can be seen online or on local TV stations throughout the Panhandle and Southern Alabama.