Catholic Men’s Fellowship (CMF) of Pittsburgh is a lay apostolate, operating and functioning in accordance with the Code of Canon Law and the blessings of the Church in Pittsburgh. The mission of CMF is a response to the call made by Pope John Paul II for the New Evangelization, particularly the reinvigoration of faith among Catholics. CMF’s Strategic Vision encompasses: Core Values: Catholic, Brotherhood, Prayerful, Led by the Holy Spirit, Embrace the Great Commission Long Term Goal: 25% participation in vibrant men’s groups based at each parish in the Diocese of Pittsburgh Purpose: To help bring men into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Annual Gathering of Catholic Men is a day of significant conversion. This Gathering has resulted in numerous non-practicing Catholic men returning to the Church, often receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation at the Gathering for the first time in many years. Eucharistic centric and sacramentally based, the Gathering has resulted in many men experiencing true conversions of heart. Adoration and Mass with the Bishop, in addition to impactful talks and dynamic praise and worship make it a great day for all.