About 300 men from around the diocese attended the event hosted by the Office of Marriage and Family of the Diocese of St. Cloud. In addition to the keynote, the conference included time for adoration and reconciliation, a panel discussion with priests of the diocese and Mass with Bishop Donald Kettler.
In partnership with Unitecloud, the St. Cloud school is hosting the “Green Card Voices” exhibit through the end of the month. As they go about their day, students see banners featuring the stories of first-generation immigrants and refugees who live and work in central Minnesota.
Parishioners are being invited after Masses Feb. 8-9 and 15-16 to sign their names on the tabernacle, which will be a permanent part of the new tabernacle configuration. It will be centered in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament located behind the altar in the new church.