13 September 2009|
Archbishop Timothy Dolan
Archbishop of Milwaukee - Main Celebrant
Timothy Michael Dolan was named Archbishop of Milwaukee by Pope John Paul II on June 25, 2002. He was installed as Milwaukee's 10th archbishop on August 28, 2002, at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. He was ordained to the priesthood on June 19, 1976. The Archbishop will provide a powerful homily on manhood.
Bishop William Callahan
Bishop - Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Bishop-elect Callahan, 57 (June 17, 1950), is a Conventual Franciscan of the St. Bonaventure Province in Chicago. He was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee by Pope Benedict XVI, and brings strong leadership and inspiring pastoral skills to our diocese. Bishop Callahan will start day off with our opening prayer, and remarks. We are blessed to have him.
Fr. Larry Richards
God the Father
Fr. Larry Richards is a gifted and captivating speaker. He blessed us with his powerful talk on Confession last year, and is coming back to inspire, motivate, and challenge you again this year. He will open your eyes to the reality of God as our father.
Fr. Richard Heilman
Healing Our Spiritual Paralysis
Fr. Rick is a powerful and energetic preacher who will explore the wonders of the Sacrament of Confession in recovering our "sense of the sacred." In particular, an exposè on how the modern assault on men's purity has been an assault on men's "transcendent longing." This talk will bring much spiritual healing.
Why Catholic? A Conversion Story.
Sean Forrest is a dynamic speaker, musician, and author, who will not sugar coat the truth. He will share his fascinating conversion story, while also challenging men to get into the spiritual fight and make a difference in this world. You do not want to miss this one.
Fr. Phillip Chavez
The Catholic Journey, Without Apology
Fr. Chavez is a charismatic priest, who truly understands a man's heart. His talk will focus on how every man must carry out the summons of Christ to know Him, love Him, and serve Him. He will discuss the importance of banding together with other men, and discuss Christ in the Eucharist... the source, center, and summit of our faith.