Young Men of God

point of contact
Nick Seselja
phone number
0433 412 837
Website
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YMG is an Australian movement of 16-35 year old Catholic men seeking the fullness of life that only Jesus can give (John 10:10).

We’re passionately committed to being transformed by God’s Word and empowered by the Spirit to courageously stand up and be men of example and influence within our family, workplace, community, country and the world. Our mission is to re-ignite men throughout our country: to help them reach their God-given potential, to be heralds of the truth for future generations and to empower others to realise their immense value and purpose as sons and daughters of God.

Being a man isn’t easy! We’re bound by expectations, responsibilities and pressures. That’s why YMG stick together; we reckon that life done together is done better! YMG is a Catholic movement open to all men and not belonging to any particular parish or other Church movement. Rather it is a valuable resource for empowering others to be leaders in their respective parishes and communities. Our vision is to form men to:

  • Rise up as leaders in word and action to be influential in the church and the world.
  • Come to their full potential in Christ by spiritual growth in him
  • Discover the freedom and truth of walking with moral integrity
  • Support one another in coming to fullness of identity as a man
  • Grow in purity of heart and the chaste life
  • Break the chains of addiction and walk in the freedom of Christ
  • Establish fruitful, healthy and lasting relationships

We achieve these goals through conferences, weekends away, regular small groups and fellowship.

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The Catenian Association Province 21

point of contact
John Tweedie
phone number
0407 288 957
Website
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The Catenian Association provides practising Catholic laymen and their families with friendship, social activities and support.

The Catenian Association is an international brotherhood of practising Catholic laymen who meet socially, at least once a month, in local branches, known as Circles. Members refer to each other as 'brother'. This reflects the strength of the mutual support they give to each other and their families, which is based on the shared values of their Catholic belief and practice.

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