Men's Ministry

This Thursday - Virtual Meeting, Genuine Conversation. Real Beverages!
Join us for a Men’s Prayer and Social Hour this Thursday 7:30pm.  The Men's Ministry invites all men of the parish to gather virtually for an hour of discussion around 3 questions.
Fr. Rob will open us in prayer and the Men's Ministry will facilitate reflection and group discussion.  This BYOB event is designed to connect us around the issues we are experiencing right now. 
1)    We have all been challenged in the desert of our confinement due to the pandemic. In many cases, our responsibility to be protector or provider has been challenged. What does it mean to be a protector and provider these days? Have you discovered anything about yourself when it comes to family and relationship? Have you noticed a renewal of purpose in any areas?  Any ideas of how to sustain that renewal once we emerge from the confinement?
2)    Share an experience or activity where your role as father, husband, brother, or son seemed strong during these days of staying home.

3)    Did this Lent change the way you lead or make yourself truly present to your family or others?

Thursday 7:30-9pm, BYOB, Zoom invite sent after RSVP to


THAT MAN IS YOU! - A Man After God’s Heart

Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another. Proverbs 27:17

Men, please join us every Thursday evening at 7:30pm-8:45pm through April 9, 2020 in the Upstairs 40 Maple Street Conference Room. 

A video and group discussion program, with a theological and leadership training underpinning, designed to create a safe environment to discuss the challenges we face relating to our roles as husbands, fathers, brothers and friends.

To find out more about the program, visit TMIY website here

To register for the program at St Aloysius Parish please click here:

Contact fellow parishioners David Wagner (, Tony DiGiacomo (, or Mike LaMagna ( with questions or if you need assistance.


7:30 pm Presentation
8:00 pm Small Group Discussions
8:30 pm Conclusion

St Aloysius Parish
40 Maple Street. New Canaan, CT   

Contact fellow parishioners David Wagner ( , Tony DiGiacomo (, Lee Ratner( or Mike Lamagna ( with questions or if you need assistance.



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