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Catholic Men's Fellowship (Diocese of Saginaw) at 5800 Weiss Street, Saginaw, MI 48603 US -  


Mark your calendars!

March 22, 2014
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
(doors open at 7:15 for registration)

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 5380 State Street, Saginaw, MI  48603

Join with men of the Saginaw Diocese as they gather for prayer and fellowship. Participate in Holy Mass with Vicar General, Fr. Bill Rutkowski. Keynote speakers are:
  • Steve Ray, and
  • Fr. Chris Collins, SJ.
Come and enjoy a prayerful, spirit-filled experience with powerful, dynamic speakers. 

Cost is only $25.00.  Priests, deacons, and youth under age 21 are free.

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Reserving Your Spot at the Conference in One of Two Ways (A or B)

A.  Tickets can be purchased at the door, the morning of the conference, OR
B.  Purchase Tickets Online:
        STEP 1:  Register your contact information
        STEP 2:  Order tickets from PayPal

Featured Speakers

Rev. William Rutkowski, Vicar General

Fr. Bill Rutkowski was ordained 1987.  He is well known across the diocese and has served at many parishes including Blessed Sacrament, St. Stanislaus, St. Vincent de Paul, St. Leo, St. Cecilia, St. Anne, St. Phillip, and St. Henry.  Fr. Bill is currently Sacramental Minister at St. John Vianney in Saginaw.  He additionally serves as Vicar General and Director of Seminarian Formation.  Born in Bad Axe, he studied at Orchard Lake College and St. John's Provincial Seminary.

Steve Ray

Steve Ray’s passion for the depth of truth found within the Catholic tradition has led him to walk away from his business and pursue what he really loves–writing, speaking, producing Catholic films and leading pilgrimages to Biblical Lands. Steve and Janet have been to the Holy Land over 100 times exploring, filming, and leading thousands of pilgrims. Steve is a regular guest on Catholic radio & TV including Catholic Answers, Ave Maria Radio, Relevant Radio & EWTN. He writes Bible Studies for Catholic Scripture Study International. A full list of Steve’s affiliations can be found on Wikipedia at http://bit.ly/steveray

Rev. Christopher Collins, SJ

Fr. Christopher Collins, SJ is an assistant professor of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. After his ordination in 2006, he served as a pastor for two years on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. His publications include The Word Made Love: The Dialogical Theology of Joseph Ratzinger/ Benedict XVI (Liturgical Press, 2013) and a forthcoming book form Ave Maria Press tentatively called Three Moments: Ignatian Prayer of the Heart in Daily Life. He has also published articles in America, Review for Religious and The New Jesuit Review. Fr. Collins is also the Chair of the Board of the Apostleship of Prayer.

Rev. J. Marcel Portelli

Fr. J. Marcel Portelli felt called to the priesthood since serving as an altar boy at the age of ten. Many life events precluded him from pursuing this, but the pilot light of his vocation remained lit. Eventually, he earned engineering and business degrees in university. He also had a successful 22-year career in various product development and management positions in the robotics and machine vision industry prior to seminary. His vocation was reignited by a certain holy priest and www.catholic.com. Bishop Cistone ordained him in 2011. Fr. Portelli is a fellow sinner, and so his desire is not merely to be a good Catholic, but to become a saint and to help others do likewise.  

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