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Becoming a Christian Man

A Morning of
Inspiration and
Reflection for Men

Saturday, Retreat Agenda

8:30am-9am Registration, coffee and donuts. This program is free.
March 19, 2011
9am-12pm Welcome and Introduction
8:30am to 12pm Presentation: The Path to Christian Manhood: From Father to Son
Discussion: Obstacles to Faith for Men
Presentation: What the Bible Says About a Man’s Faith
Church of the Closing: Challenge, Resources, Final Prayer

Presenters: Deacon Tim Sullivan and Dan Sullivan
20 East Avenue
Deacon Tim Sullivan graduated from the University of Notre Dame and the Notre Dame
Fairport, NY College of Law. After practicing commercial and civil law for 12 years, he had a dramatic
conversion experience which led him to form a ministry for men called “Brother House.”
He then became Family Life Director for the Diocese of Tulsa and Executive Director of
Catholic Charities. He is co-author of Signposts: How To Be a Catholic Man in the World
Today, a popular workbook for Catholic men’s groups. Tim is now Executive Director of
Catholic Charities of Wayne County and Assistant Spiritual Director for the Rochester Diocese Cursillo.

Dan Sullivan, Tim’s oldest son, struggled through high school and the early years of
college. Through his experiences in the mountains of western Montana, he began to
reclaim his Catholic faith. After working with troubled youth in wilderness and urban
settings, Dan moved to Cortland, New York, where he is married with two children and
works in a program which trains coaches and administrators to improve the quality of
youth sports in New York.

This program is free to attend. Reservations are requested but not required.
Call 315.331.4867 x18 or E-mail