1. What are we about?
A brotherhood of Catholic men who seek to live out our Catholic faith fully in our family and community.
2. What is the purpose of this group?
We encourage one another to be men of Christ. As priest, prophet and king in the example of Jesus, we learn to be the self-sacrificing protector, provider and spiritual leader in our family and community.
3. How often do you meet?
Our formation sessions are held on Monday nights. Please see Programme Schedule tab for more details.
4. What are the main activities of your group?
We fellowship and share our faith journey as Father, Husband, Brother or Friend. A priest teaches us about Jesus. We encounter Him. We discuss how we can be Christ-like in our daily lives. For evening fellowship, the Sacrament of reconciliation can be made available. Later, as the group matures, we can have activities tailored to meet the needs of the members. In essence, we come together to Know Jesus – Love Jesus – Serve Jesus in our family and in our community.
5. How long do I have to commit to the group?
Your commitment to the group would be according to your desire and conviction to be a Man of Christ.
6. Where do you meet each time?
Our Monday night formation sessions are held @ the Parish Hall on level 2.
7. Is there any fee involved?
There are no fees. However, food and beverages will be provided for the meetings and a love offering box is available for contributions from members.
8. How is this different from other church’s men’s group?
We have adapted our group structure from the US Catholic Watchmen in the Archdiocese of St Paul and Minneapolis and believe each group would share similar values but hold distinct characteristics unique to each country’s culture.
9. Who is this group meant for?
For all Catholic men (age 21 and above) in all states of life – single, married, widowed or divorced. We are unapologetically Catholic, grounded in sacred scripture, sacred tradition and following the teachings of the Catholic Church. We welcome all who are parishioners and non-parishioners of CDM.