Own Your Actions: The Virtues of a Catholic Man

As a man, how do you like being lied to? If you’re like me, the answer is “not much". I have found over the years the best way to find a true friend is to be one, And the best way to find trust from others is to own your actions: Say what you mean. Do … Continue reading Own Your Actions: The Virtues of a Catholic Man

Catholic Men, The Church, and The Internet

As a Catholic Man how do you balance your time at home, with Church, the internet, and everyday life?  What is your approach to using social media? When it comes to sharing our faith, stats tell us that "Young people are experiencing a crisis in mission and witness. Out of fear of publicly sharing faith on … Continue reading Catholic Men, The Church, and The Internet

If You Don’t Stand For What You Believe, People Won’t Know Where You Stand

By Frank J Casella Have you ever met a person who says they believe one thing, but then does something else? Have you ever faced making a decision and can't find the best answer, or the best direction to go. In my volunteer work with Catholic Men the topic often comes up about how to … Continue reading If You Don’t Stand For What You Believe, People Won’t Know Where You Stand

The Works of Mercy. What are we doing about it?

By Deacon John Rangel "Then the righteous will answer him and say, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? When did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? When did we see you ill or in prison, and visit you?’ … Continue reading The Works of Mercy. What are we doing about it?

What did your Dad teach you?

Catholic Chicago Men -- With Father’s Day here, we’d thought it be a good idea to do something different for this blog entry. Instead of an article about the importance of Dad’s, and what we pass on to our children, we’d like to hear from you and let your comments collectively make up a page … Continue reading What did your Dad teach you?