Catholic Men Chicago Southland Presents

Chicago Southland Catholic Men's Breakfast and Forum

 Saturday, April 6, 2024.

A morning to foster Catholic men of Chicagoland on their spiritual journey.

Our 20th Year.

Keynote: Father Dan Brandt, Chicago Police Dept. Chaplain.

Discussion Topic:    “Heroes among us…Thank God for those who answer the call to the most noble profession this world knows.”

The purpose of this event serves as a gathering of our shared wisdom and experiences from our Lenten journey, and an opportunity to unite in a forum with other Catholic men as we discuss how to carry forth our Catholic manhood in the days ahead.

“We are proud to offer a few hours of respite, prayer and solid input to men across the Archdiocese on how they can live faithfully the implications of their baptism and discipleship in Christ for these times,”

~ Bishop Emeritus Joseph Perry, CMCS Founder

Join us for an important message that you won't want to miss! 

Location:  St. John Neuman Parish - (St. Joseph Church and Sayers Hall) 

Note: The program has been moved to the online meeting format, and will no longer be at the parish. Join us at or direct link at:

Program: Program Starts at 9am with presentation and group discussion, and with closing message and blessing from Vicariate Dean, Fr. Ralph Zwirn. The program will conclude about 11AM.

Tickets (Online tickets close Noon April 3):  ( Note: The program is now online and thus a free will offering is suggested)  $20.00 ONE man, $15.00 EACH 2 or more men. $10.00 Deacons. Priest(s) complimentary.  $30.00 each at the door, first come first serve. (Check by mail info below). Tickets limited to about 100 men to best facilitate the Forum experience. 

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* Ticket purchase covers food expense and is a donation to Catholic Men Chicago Southland Aplostolate. Thank you to our donors and Interim Vicar Larry Sullivan for making this program possible.

If you are in financial hardship or have a question, write to us on this contact form, or call / text: 708-934-5204

Almsgiving is a part of Lent. 

A generous donor has made a matching gift offer up to $1,200.00. (The matching offer for the Lenten Almsgiving Appeal continues through Sunday of Divine Mercy.) Almsgiving is a part of our Lenten journey.

When donating, if tickets are not required please post a note in the box provided with "No tickets" to confirm. Thank you for your gift and support of fostering Catholic men's spirituality.


CMCS is an Illinois State recognized nonprofit, and is not an IRS-certified charity. No revenue is generated by advertising, and funded only by individual support. Operation of CMCS is debt free, and administration is done by the CMCS-Team who gain no financial benefit from their engagement for this apostolate.

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* For check by mail, send with your name, email address (print clearly) and phone number, postmarked by March 29, 2024:

Fr. Larry Sullivan, Interim Vicar C/O CMCS Event Tickets - Vicariate VI Office, 3525 South Lake Park Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60653

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