Men’s Groups in the Diocese
|PROGRAM||LOCATION, DAY, TIME||CONTACT|
Holy Family, Arcadia
Saturday’s at 7am
Contact Ken Halama
|That Man is You||St Mary’s Church, Marathon |
Fridays 6:00 am – 7:30am
|Contact Bob at |
|Discipleship small group, focused on Lectio Divina with scripture and discussion|
Marshfield @ Wolfcraft Furniture
114200 Scheuer Creek Rd
Sunday nights, 6:30pm
Contact Matt Wolf
|That Man is You||Sacred Heart Church, Polonia|
Tuesday 6:00-7:30 am
Contact Tom Glavin
|The Kingsmen||St. Francis Parish, Necedah|
Second Saturday 7:00 am – 8:30 am
|Contact email [email protected]|
David Texley – 608.565.4579
Paul Arbanas – 608.565.3155
|Monthly Men’s Prayer Breakfast|
St. Joseph, Stevens Point
8-9:15am third Saturday of the month
Parish Family Center, 1709 Wyatt Ave., St Pt
Contact Pat Wenzel
|That Man is You||Our Lady of Peace parish, Marshfield|
Tuesdays, 6:00 am -7:30 am
Dillenberg Hall: Church basement
|Contact Jack Fieweger by email|
at [email protected]
|Men’s Group||St Mary’s parish, Tomah |
First & Third Wednesdays, Gathering at 5a.m. and starting at 5:20 am finishing by 6:30 am
Contact Jon Burbach by email
|Man Fully Alive||St. Paul Parish, Bloomer|
Saturdays 6:30 am-8:00 am
Contact Mark Anderson
St. Mary’s Neillsville
Meet 7pm the First Thursday of the Month
St Anne’s, Wausau
Meet Monday 6:30-8pm in parish library
St. Patrick’s, Mauston
Friday mornings 6:15 am – 7:45 am. 2nd floor community room at Mile Bluff Medical Center at 1050 Division St, Mauston, WI 53948.
|Men’s Group||Wis. Rapids|
Dcn Tom Anderson
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MEN OF THE CROSS – Maximum Impact Plan:
Don’t Go Alone: join an existing men’s group. If that is not an option, see our Seven Simple Steps for starting one.
Daily Prayer: commit to setting time aside every day to be in prayer with God. Be realistic, start small and keep growing.
Weekly Mass: be sure you’re celebrating Mass at least on a weekly basis. If possible, attend daily Mass.
Monthly Confession: Put this into your calendar and make it a family event.
Annual Retreat: once a year attend a spiritual retreat
Seven Simple Steps for Starting a Men’s Group*
1. Begin with Pray & Discernment – but don’t be passive.
2. Seek input and guidance from your pastor – make this ongoing.
3. Determine meeting frequency and session length.
4. Determine location that best matches group: home? parish? other?
5. Begin and end each gathering with a prayer, giving thanks, asking for petitions and praying for one another.
6. Have in progress at all times a Bible study or spiritual book reading.
7. Relax and enjoy Maintain balance of social and spiritual fellowship
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