Fishers of Men

Due to the church fire, we are meeting in the school cafeteria until further notice.  Enter from Chestnut Ridge Rd., take the stairs on the left to the basement.

 The is the draft  2017-2018 Schedule.

A discipleship of Catholic men dedicated to growing our faith and our relationship with Christ. Men ministering to men in fellowship; men that pray together, but not just a prayer group; men of faith, but not just a faith group; men who offer support, but not a support group.  Men ministering to men.  Men of all faiths are welcome to attend.

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The Fishers of Men meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, September through June, from 7:00 a.m.-8:25 a.m.  There is a light breakfast, study video, small group discussion.

For more information, please contact Matt Peloquin, Jim Briars, Mike Mazzochetti, Dan Hilsdorf, Sam Ognibene, Len Sroka, David Moore, Todd Esposito or send an email to fishers-of-men@saintpiustenth.org.

IF YOU MISSED OUR GUEST SPEAKERS, YOU CAN LISTEN HERE

GUEST DOWNLOAD RECORDING
On January 3, 2015 Dcn. Dennis Lohouse addressed the group days after the severe fire.
On Saturday May 17, 2014, we were pleased to have Kevin Spears at our parish to talk to us on the topic “A Father’s Heart.” He shared his own experiences as a father and the spiritual leader of his family.Kevin is married and has four children.He is the Station Manager at The Station of the Cross Catholic Radio in Rochester (1460AM/92.9FM) and Syracuse (88.7FM). Kevin is also active in the Rochester Cursillo Movement and has served as a Youth Minister in the Irondequoit Catholic Community. He has announced for the Rochester Red Wings at Frontier Field, the Rochester Americans at the Blue Cross Arena and at other sporting events. A Father’s Heart
On Saturday June 7, 2014, our guest speaker was Father Mike Sergi. He spoke about fatherhood, both the natural fatherhood of a man who has a family and the spiritual fatherhood of a priest.Father Mike is the Rector of the Notre Dame Retreat House in Canandaigua. He is a Redemptorist priest who has been ordained for 34 years and has worked in many different ministries. He has been an Associate Pastor and Pastor in Baltimore. He has served on his order’s Mission Band and has traveled up and down the east coast preaching missions in many parishes. Before coming to Notre Dame, he was the director of his order’s nursing home in Saratoga Springs, NY. Under construction