Former Australian test cricketer Justin Langer will share how his Catholic faith inspires him at the fourth instalment of The Catholic Man Breakfast Series (CMBS) hosted by Archbishop of Perth, Timothy Costelloe SDB and sponsored by menALIVE.
Mr Langer played 105 test matches for Australia, scoring 7,696 runs including 23 centuries.
The CMBS has become an established feature of the Perth Catholic calendar and includes multimedia, table talk and inspirational Catholic guest speakers.
The event allows Catholic men of all ages to gather together and be encouraged in their faith, to network across boundaries, and to reinforce their Catholic identity.
Local menALIVE team member Kim Metcalf said he had observed “a pleasing trend at recent events [with] the participation of our Catholic schools bringing young men to give them a glimpse of what it means to be a man and to be Catholic beyond their school days”.
The CMBS featuring Justin Langer will be held at the Duxton Hotel on Thursday, May 1 from 7 to 9am sharp. Enquiries and bookings can be made to Kim Metcalf on 0414 537 023 or direct to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, Bunbury parish is hosting a menALIVE weekend at their parish centre on May 17/18, with menALIVE describing the weekend as “powerful and dynamic … Many men are inspired and encouraged with a new sense of purpose and mission”.
Enquiries and bookings can be made to Ian Lewis on 0428 742 534 or email@example.com.