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23rd Annual
Catholic Men's Rally

Saturday January 27

8:30 AM - 1:15 PM

This Year's Speakers


Fr. Jonathan Meyer - Pastor in Solidum

June 28, 2003, Fr. Meyer was assigned the dual role of Archdiocesan Associate Director, Youth and Young Adult Ministry, and Associate Pastor, Our Lady of the Greenwood, Greenwood IN. In 2006, he was promoted to Director, Youth and Young Adult Ministry and continued in this role until 2014 while serving in various parishes as follows: Associate Pastor, Our Lady of the Greenwood until July, 2006; Associate pastor, St. Luke the Evangelist, Indianapolis, until 2008; Pastor, St. Ann and St. Joseph, Jennings County until 2009, when he was assigned the additional role as Pastor, St. Mary, North Vernon. In March, 2014, he became Pastor, All Saints, Dearborn County, where four historic parishes became one under his leadership.


Kevin Wells - Writer and Active Evangelist

Kevin Wells is a former Major League Baseball writer, award-winning journalist, and author of Burst: A Story of God’s Grace When Life Falls Apart. He is a freelance writer and an active evangelist who speaks on various Catholic topics. He is president of the Monsignor Thomas Wells Society for Vocations, which financially and prayerfully commits itself to the promotion of strong priests and seminarians and to the practice of the fullness of the Catholic Faith. Kevin’s work with youth earned him the James Cardinal Hickey National Figure Award from the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. Kevin lives in Millersville, Maryland with his wife and three children. He loves baseball, reading, and his backyard fire pit (with many men gathered around). If you would like to obtain Msgr. Wells’s book, From the Pastor’s Desk: Spiritual Reflections, or learn more about Msgr. Wells or the Msgr. Thomas Wells Society, please visit the Msgr. Thomas Wells Society Facebook page or visit


Bishop Gerald Barbarito

Our beloved bishop of Palm Beach Diocese will once again honor us by celebrating the Holy Mass for us and delivering one of his inspired homilies.


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