Stonewood, West Virginia

Catholic Men's Fellowship

Catholic Men's Fellowship

Current Series 

Saturday, January 6, 2018

7:00am-8:30am Parish Hall

Please Join Us for THIS 22 WEEK SERIES!



By Father Larry Richards 

Fr. Larry Richards is a captivating teacher, preacher, retreat master, and author - as well as a gifted speaker - Fr. Larry Richards holds the answer to some of life's most profound questions.

Father Larry Richards is also the founder of The Reason For Our Hope Foundation in answer to 1 Peter 3:15: "Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope."  The purpose of The Reason For Our Hope Foundation is to fulfill the command of Christ to "Go and make disciples of all nations."  The mission for the Foundation is to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and His Church through various multimedia resources and to make available Catholic speakers who are effective instruments of this evangelization.  The Foundation also helps various charities that make real the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  You can help them fulfill God's will by contacting the Reason For Our Hope Foundation at

These 22 Talks were recorded for anyone who wants to grow in their faith.  Parishes may also want to use these talks for their RCIA programs.

Talk #1   The Trinity
Talk #2   Knowing Jesus
Talk #3   Understanding the Bible.
Talk #4   How To Be Saved
Talk #5   How to Pray
Talk #6   The Sacraments
Talk #7   Understanding the Sacrament of Baptism
Talk #8   Understanding the Sacrament of Penance
Talk #9   Understanding the Sacrament of the Eucharist
Talk #10 Understanding the Sacrament of Confirmation
Talk #11  Understanding the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
Talk #12  Understanding the Sacrament of Holy Orders
Talk #13  Understanding the Sacrament of Matrimony
Talk #14  What is the Liturgical Year?
Talk #15  Mary in Scripture
Talk #16  Mary in Devotion
Talk #17  The Communion of Saints
Talk #18  The Church Traditions
Talk #19  The Last Four Things
Talk #20 The Truth About Angels
Talk #21  The Truth About Demons
Talk #22  How To Be a Disciple

Program Information
Saturday Mornings 
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Hall
8092 3rd Street, Stonewood, WV 

Catholic Men's Group Aims at Helping Poor at Home and Abroad

Story by Tim Bishop / Courtesy of The Catholic Spirit

Featured August 19, 2016

Catholic Men's Fellowship Food For The Poor Check

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Catholic Men's Fellowship Working to Help Those in Need

Story by Victoria L. Cann / Courtesy of The Exponent Telegram 

Featured Article August 8, 2016

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Forging New Men Every Saturday!

All Men are invited to come out and see what it’s about

Date:   Every Saturday Morning

Time:   7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Place:  Chapel

Each Saturday morning beginning at 7am in the Chapel we gather together for prayer, fellowship, and we hear the readings for Sunday with a brief explanation and teaching on the readings. We also have videos from a Priest, Deacon, Catholic Evangelists or Catholic Apologists, for the week that will challenge us to grow as the man, husband and father, that God created us to be. All men are encouraged to attend.

On Saturday November 21st the Catholic Men's Fellowship met at Eat'n Park and just as Eat'n Park advertises, it truly was the place for smiles.  Our special guest speaker was Father Leo Lydon.  At 92 years of age and after 65 years as priest, the desire to lead others into a closer relation with Jesus Christ and His Church still excites Father Lydon.  His desire to see hearts converted and to help others walk closer with Christ still burns strongly in the heart and soul of Father Lydon.  
For nearly two years now we have been challenging each other to grow spiritually, to grow in our devotion to Jesus Christ and His Church, challenging ourselves and other to be leaders in our homes, our church and in our society and Fr. Lydon's presentation continued those themes in this meeting.  The title of Fr. Lydon's presentation was "Crosses".
Fr. Lydon's presentation taught us that crosses come in all shapes and sizes and sometimes they are hard to carry.  He taught us the importance of not running from our crosses, to understand what crosses can do for ourselves and others and why we need them.  Fr. Lydon challenged us to not only accept our crosses but to embrace them.  Every man in attendance was enthralled as Fr. Lydon shared personal stories of crosses that he has witnessed in the lives of others and how they were able to look beyond the brokenness, the pain and the suffering, to find beauty, joy and Christ.