That Man is You

posted Sep 13, 2016, 1:14 PM by Keith Biegert   [ updated Sep 13, 2016, 1:19 PM ]


That Man Is You! starts at St. Andrew’s Fellowship Hall this Saturday, September 17th, with Bishop Burbidge in attendance to help kick off the program.  If you have not yet registered I hope you will prayerfully consider attending.

Some questions to consider that may help you in your decision to participate:

1.      Would you like to grow into a better husband, father, or just be the best version of you?
2.      Are you currently not involved in any type of spiritual/personal growth small group? 
3.      Is there some area in your life where there is restlessness?  

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this program might be for you.

That Man Is You! Is a nationally-recognized program with a strong history of profound results the and strong accolades from attendees. Men have said “this is the program they have been waiting for their whole life” or, “it’s a home run.”  Priests have said “it literally transforms men and saves marriages.”  Men also speak highly of the relationships they develop with their fellow parishioners.

For many of us, there are areas in our lives where we all wish we good have done a better job.  Now is the opportunity, to join a journey that will make a difference in our lives, or more accurately, let God make that difference.

The program which runs for 26 weeks with breaks for holidays, will start at 7 AM with Coffee and Danish and last until 8:30 AM sharp.  There is no charge to attend. If you are still on the fence in terms of your decision making – consider attending at least the first3 sessions to see the value this That Man Is You! will add to your life.

All men are welcome to participate regardless of which local parish you might attend.  Non-Catholics are also welcome so feel free to bring a friend.  To register for the program at St. Andrews, please click on the following link.

If you are having trouble – feel free to just show up.  We can register you at the door.


Steve Schaale
Council Program Director