UPDATE: Saturday, 21 March 2015 10:48AM
IGNITE 2015 – Syracuse, New York
Steve Ray is at the podium now with a talk focused on St. Paul. Wow! Connecting us with a feisty Apostle Paul. Just 40 minutes ago Bishop Robert Cunningham opened this year’s Ignite Catholic Men’s with Mass and a Homily emphasizing the role of the father in the family, who is strong because he cares!
Nearly a thousand men are here: Fathers, Sons, Old & Young. Hands of men Rising Up – Being Strong.
Join us: Inspiring men, by the gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit, to ignite their Catholic faith in everyday life.
UPDATE: Saturday, 21 March 2015 11:50AM
1. What does it mean to suffer for Christ?
2. If Paul was here today speaking, talking about today’s culture, what challenge would he offer you personally?
UPDATE: Saturday, 21 March 2015 12:30PM
Not By Bread Alone!
Great barbecue today and time to share at table…
UPDATE: Saturday, 21 March 2015 12:45PM
Being Strong – The Sacrament of Reconciliation
Each year at Ignite, hundreds of men participate in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. A small army of priests is on hand as men que in the mezzanine. God’s grace is so manifest in the sacraments here at the Ignite Catholic Men’s Conference!
UPDATE: Saturday, 21 March 2015 1:28PM
Curtis Martin is giving all of us… 925 strong… a reality check. The Catholic Community is in place, but it’s not alive. “Where is the master circuit breaker that needs to be flipped on to bring it to life?”
30 million have left the Catholic Church in the last generation. Food for thought!
UPDATE: Saturday, 21 March 2015 2:00PM
Curtis Martin Wrap-up: Three questions that roll out of the presentation.
1. What was your 4:00?
2. What area of the culture could you set on fire?
3. How will you gather a “band of brothers”?
Coming up: Fr. Larry Richards
Raising the bar: “In 5 years there will be a Holy War in this country!”
Fr. Larry spesks with authority… with conviction and challenges each is to be crucified in Christ. He urges us to pray: “Read the Bible each day… in the morning, no Bible, no bread… at night, no Bible, no bed.”