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Diocese of Richmond

2012 Catholic Men's Conference

Greater Richmond Convention Center
Richmond, VA
Saturday, November 10, 2012

Diocese of Richmond Catholic Men's ConferenceThis first diocesan-wide Catholic Men’s Conference will pack in powerful speakers, testimony, workshops, fellowship with other men, Mass and Reconciliation to promote and strengthen the spiritual growth of Catholic men to be leaders and models of Christ in the family, church, workplace, and community. A men’s conference is an opportunity for men to come together and learn from other men to gain support and insight into the challenges that men of faith face in modern society, and to grow in solidarity with one another and with Christ.

Men of all ages from across the diocese are encouraged to attend: young adults, college students, fathers, sons, grandfathers – single, married – priests, deacons, religious.

 

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What is the cost?
See the cost schedule below. Online registrations can be paid via credit/debit card or by check. There is also an option to submit a paper registration form either by mail or email. Lunch and parking at the Convention Center is included with all registrations. The Diocese has needs-based funding for individuals and parishes who need financial support.

  • Register through September 30, 2012 = $35

  • Register in October or November, 2012 = $40

  • Register and pay at the door = $45

  • College Students = $15

  • Permanent Deacons = $20

  • Priests and Religious = Free


EVENT SCHEDULE

8:00 am   Registration and Expo Open
8:20 am   Morning Prayer from Divine Office
8:45 am   Opening General Session with Sean Dalton
9:15 am   Opening Remarks by Bishop DiLorenzo
9:30 am   General Session with Hector Molina
10:20 am   Break
10:30 am   Concurrent Sessions
Sacrament of Reconciliation available
11:30 am   Lunch begins
12:30 pm   Breakout Sessions - Round One
Sacrament of Reconciliation ends
Lunch ends
1:35 pm   Break
1:45 pm   Breakout Sessions - Round Two
2:50 pm   Break
3:00 pm   General Session with Hector Molina
4:00 pm   Vigil Mass for Sunday
5:30 pm   Conference ends
 

 

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Our keynote speaker is Héctor Antonio Molina, Jr. He is a dynamic bilingual lay Catholic speaker and evangelist with over 20 years of experience in professional pastoral ministry and leadership in the Church. From the age of 15, Héctor has devoted himself to responding to Venerable John Paul II’s call for a “New Evangelization”. It was during his early years as a Youth Minister that Héctor discerned his call to lay ecclesial ministry. He pursued his theological studies at St. John's University while serving as Pastoral Associate at the historic St. John the Baptist Parish in his home Diocese of Brooklyn. He served in this capacity for over a decade before relocating to the Archdiocese of St. Louis where he served for six years under the episcopal leadership of then Archbishop Raymond Leo Burke, both as Director of Hispanic Ministry and later as founding Director of The Office for the New Evangelization.

Over his lengthy ministerial career Héctor has preached to tens of thousands at Parish Missions, Retreats & Conferences throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2009, he launched his own full-time evangelization apostolate through which he continues to faithfully communicate the timeless truths of the Gospel and of our rich Catholic faith in a compelling way that stirs the hearts and minds of his listeners and awakens faith. Héctor's fervent desire is to reach others for Christ, who, as the great apostle Paul put it, “desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth” (1 Ti mothy 2:4). Héctor is a devoted husband and father of four. The Molina’s are parishioners of the historic Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis.