The Diocese of St. Augustine hosts large-scale men’s conferences biennially with the first hosted in 2008. They are powerful events that have drawn upwards of 1,000 men.
We are blessed to announce the 2016 Catholic Men’s Conference is returning August 6, 2016!
Come join us as we reflect and pray upon the conference’s theme: Evangelization.
As men, we are called to play many roles but none is more important than our relationship with Jesus and unifying daily with the Holy Spirit so that we might have the strength and courage to share His good news. Come to listen, share and experience a day that is meant to be a gift to you.
Men of all backgrounds and faiths are invited. We lovingly call everyone to join us for a day of fellowship, learning, sharing and thanksgiving.
For more information, please contact us at:
(904) 551-2619 or email Mike Day at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are attending the conference from out of town, a block of rooms has been reserved at a special discounted rate. The hotel is located less than 4 miles from the church.
Hampton Inn & Suites Jacksonville South – Bartram Park
13950 Village Lake Circle
Jacksonville, Florida 32258
For more information or to make a reservation, please use the following link:
Hampton Inn & Suites
Online registration is now closed. Tickets may still be purchased for $35 the morning of August 6th at the registration table.
Directions The conference will be hosted at St. Joseph Catholic Church. For directions off the internet go to maps.bing.com and enter the physical address: 11757 Old St Augustine Rd Jacksonville, FL 32258.
Parking Parking is free and you are welcome to park anywhere in the church’s lot.
Food Lunch is included in the cost of the ticket and will be provided.
Seating Seating is open. If you want the best choice of seats, come early. Doors will open at 7:00 a.m. and the program will begin at 8:00 a.m. with Holy Mass. You are welcome to sit in groups if you want, but we ask that you please not save seats for friends arriving later. This would not be fair to those who made it a point to come early.