Men of the Cross
Men of the Cross - Mission Statement
Through fellowship our mission is to help men of our parish to enrich their Catholic faith and their walk with our Brother Jesus Christ. Through this mission we will have a better connection with our Church, family, community and an unbreakable bond with our Brother Jesus Christ.
After our Men's Retreats and Conferences, it was discovered that there was a desire from some of those who attended to get together and continue what was started at these functions. This is where the Men of the Cross were born. We meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month in the Adult Education Building at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, with the rosary at 6:30pm and the meeting at 7pm. Our meetings are designed to discuss Spiritual challenges men face in our everyday lives. To pray for strength and perseverance, and to create an unbreakable bond with our Brother Jesus Christ.
Tim Lessard - 225-715-5103 or Don Scioneaux - 225-647-8918 or email@example.com
Click on this link to see our full Calendar of Events for 2017
Annual Group Activities
- 22nd Annual Good Friday Pilgrimage: Our own virtual “Passion” Way of the Cross, in honor of our Crucified Savior’s love for us. April 14, 2017. Good Friday Pilgrimage Flier
- 9 Nights of Fire: A "Novena to the Holy Spirit" at the Lake Chapel. To be held from May 26th through June 3rd, 2017. See Flier below for additional Nine Nights of Fire details. Nine Nights Flier
- Men’s Conference: A spirit filled day of prayer, music and food. The speakers and workshops will be the talk of St. Amant. To be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Holy Rosary. This year’s theme is “He Who Overcomes”. See flier below for additional Conference details. Men’s Conference Flier
- Night of Restoration:A men's social, meal, and prayer session, honoring God the Father. To be held on Thursday, November 9, 2017. See flier below for additional NOR details. Night of Restoration Flier
GOOD FRIDAY PILGRIMAGE – THANK YOU!
The Men of the Cross would like to thank everyone involved with this year’s Good Friday Walk. A special thank you goes out to the 235 walkers, including Deacon John, and to everyone who gave a donation of any kind. A very special thank you also goes out to all of the volunteers who helped and especially to everyone who prayed for the success of the walk. We truly felt God’s presence on the journey and feel like many prayers were answered along the way.