Celebrant for the Holy Mass , during the tenth annual Men's Morning of Spirituality, will be the Most Reverend J. Terry Steib, S.V.D., the current Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Memphis. Bishop Steib received his Theological Degree from Divine Word Seminary in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi in 1967 and his Master of Arts Degree in Guidance and Counseling from Xavier University, New Orleans in … Read More
2015 Keynote Speaker: Archbishop J. Peter Sartain D.D., S.T.L.
Archbishop J. Peter Sartain native to the greater Memphis area, started his college at Memphis State University in 1970. After finishing studies in Rome, the year of 1979, Archbishop Sartain was appointed pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Memphis, TN. Assigned as pastor of St. Louis Catholic Church from 1992-2000, during this time he held many positions in the Diocese of Memphis. January … Read More
2015 Keynote Speaker: Peter Herbeck
Peter Herbeck is the Vice President and Director of Missions for Renewal Ministries. He has been actively involved in evangelization and Catholic renewal throughout the U.S., Canada, Africa, and Eastern Europe for the past thirty years. Peter is a co-host for the weekly television programs The Choices We Face and Crossing the Goal. He also hosts the daily radio show Fire on the Earth. He is a … Read More
Dave Kevern Interview on Fishers of Men Prayer Group
Dave Kevern was interviewed by Brian Patrick, host of the Son Rise Morning Show, on the start up of the Fishers of Men Prayer Group. The Fishers of Men sponsor the Men’s Morning of Spirituality, with the support and volunteers from many men of our parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Memphis.
You can listen to the interview by clicking on the player below.
WHO? MMOS, a Catholic Men's Conference, is for men searching for an experience that will bring them closer to their Faith, and closer to their brothers in Christ. Bible Verse Proverbs 27:17 - … Read More
Bring A Friend
St. Andrew went back to his home to tell his brother Simon Peter (now St. Peter) about the coming of Jesus, the Anointed One (Messiah). Imagine if St. Andrew had not gone back, and brought his … Read More