Catholic Men's Fellowship

At Catholic Men’s Fellowship we gather together to discuss our lives in the light of our Catholic faith and to share our faith and experiences through friendship, prayer, and fraternity. Our CMF group supports, affirms, and shares insights about the difficulties men encounter in both our home and work lives. We also seek God’s help in dealing with the issues we confront every day. We strive to reinforce Christian values with others in our group, and support other men who are struggling to do the same.

Men have found that by attending our CMF group, we make friends among our fellow parishioners, have fun, and learn from one another on how to be a better husband, father, son, employee, and Catholic parishioner. Men say they have grown through CMF which has enabled them to form stronger, happier families and marriages and have helped them to learn how to better cope with the inevitable stresses inherent in the workplace.

We meet every Saturday morning from 7:30 am—9:15 am in rooms 204/206 at St. Benedict the Abbot adjacent to the offices.  Come join us.

If you have any questions, contact Ed Corbett through The City or at

“Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.”

—Proverbs 27:17