St. Barbara’s Men’s Fellowship
Every 2nd and 4th Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. in the parish Social Hall
St. Barbara’s Men’s Fellowship is a group of the Catholic Men’s Fellowship of Pittsburgh, a “lay apostolate,” private association of laity operating in accordance with the Code of Canon Law and with the blessing of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. CMF’s mission responds to the call made by Pope John Paul II for a new evangelization, particularly one that reinvigorates faith among Catholics. For more information, please contact Fred Chabala at 412-498-5672, email@example.com, or Catholic Men’s Fellowship of Pittsburgh at www.cmfpitt.org.
Men’s Fellowship Mission
To raise Catholic men’s awareness of their need to re-experience spiritual awakening originally received at Baptism, and to nurture and deepen men’s ongoing relationship with Jesus Christ through the working of the Holy Spirit, so they may accept their God-given roles as individuals in families, marriages, and churches.
To encourage men to seek opportunities for faith-formation, which may include the formation of or participation in faith-sharing groups and other forms of catechesis.
To affirm and encourage our clergy, while enthusiastically encouraging men to recognize their healing potential for our Church through their chosen vocation, religious or otherwise, and teaching men how to proactively support their Catholic faith at the family, parish and community levels.