1,400 Catholic Men gathered on Saturday April 17 at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross for a moving program of speakers, prayer and fellowship.
1400+ men and volunteers came to the Conferences.
75 priests turned out to hear Confessions and experience the day! Thank you to our priests!
Our speakers from EWTN's Crossing The Goal Team of Danny Abramowicz, Peter Herbeck, Curtis Martin and Brian Patrick led the men through a process of conversion, transformation and commissioning to be stronger disciples. Father Paul O'Brien encouraged all the men to do something to live their faith and help others in need.
We closed the day with the celebration of Mass led by Cardinal Sean O'Malley. Martin Doman led us throughout the Conference in worship music and eucharistic adoration.
2010 Men's Conference Recap Slideshow (from George Martell)
April 17, 2010 with EWTN's Brian Patrick, Curtis Martin, Danny Abramowicz & Peter Herbeck, and with Father Paul O'Brien, Cardinal Sean O'Malley and Martin Doman.
2010 Men's Conference Feedback Survey- All Men's Conference attendees, please complete the feedback survey by CLICKING HERE
2010 Men's Conference Invite from Keynote Speakers
EWTN's Brian Patrick, Curtis Martin, Danny Abramowicz & Peter Herbeck.
The Men's Conference will be on Saturday, April 17, 2010 at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. It will be from 9am - 5:30pm and will feature the team from EWTN's Crossing the Goal as speakers (Danny Abramowicz, Curtis Martin, Peter Herbeck and Brian Patrick). The BCMC will also include confession, adoration, Mass with Cardinal Sean O'Malley, and fun fellowship. Tickets will be $20 ($30 including lunch). Click here to order tickets.
FOR COMPLETE SPEAKER BIOS, SCHEDULES AND PRINTABLE DETAILS CLICK HERE.
New Location-Cathedral of the Holy Cross - The Conferences were blessed the past two years with the generosity of Boston College in allowing us to utilize Conte Forum. The hospitality, professionalism and care of the BC staff inspired our conference team. We decided to move to the Cathedral this year to: (a) lower our costs so that we can lower ticket prices; (b) allow the Women's Conference to be on a Saturday; (c) encourage Catholics to experience the Cathedral - a true gem of the Catholic Church in New England.
Past Conference Recaps - We encourage you to click on the links to the left to view slideshows and recaps from our previous Men's and Women's Conferences.