The Knights of Columbus Denis Mahoney Council 8215 is once again very pleased to bring you the 2021 Virtual Men’s Conference - Into the Breach Part III - Esto Vir! Be a Man, in the image of St. Joseph! 

This year, due to Covid-19 restrictions, the conference will move to a combination of prerecorded and live-stream for a morning of talks and question and answer sessions with this year’s speaker, Father Stefano Penna! 


This year the conference will be presented free of charge to all attendees!  

But it does require you to pre-register. 

Father Penna will bring an energy and truthfulness that all men need to hear. These are troubling times and as men, now is the moment for us to stand and be the rock that God intends us to be. Into the breach for our families, our Church, our fraternities and ourselves. 

Ready yourself for an excellent morning of message and enlightenment, challenges and enrichment. 


Be sure to join us for this exciting event! 

Clicking on the REGISTER link below takes you to Queenshouse Retreat & Renewal Centre, they are assisting us with registration for this virtual event. 

Men's Enrichment Conference 2021 - Into the Breach Part III
Mar. 13, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
2021 Virtual Men’s Conference


Very Reverend Fr. Stefano Penna

A priest of the Diocese of Saskatoon Canada since 1986 - 35 blessed years! –   Fr. Stephen Penna is deeply happy to be back in the “holy land” of Saskatchewan. His ministry as an educator, always rooted in parochial life, now is shaped by being the Rector of St. Paul’s Co-Cathedral in the heart of Saskatoon. His dedication to serving Catholic Education continues as he is engaged by Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools in the formation of teachers and administrators and as chaplain to the CCSTA. His ministry and teaching are all informed by having served as Dean of Theology, Vice-President, and director of the Benedict XVI Institute for the New Evangelization at Newman Theological College in Edmonton Alberta. His work with all levels of Catholic Educational institutions on critical issues arising from engaging contemporary culture has led him to travel extensively across North America as lecturer, workshop facilitator, consultant, retreat master, mission preacher and animator of Catholic educational communities. He has graduate degrees from The Toronto School of Theology, the Gregorian University in Rome and Yale University. His particular loves are his nephews and nieces (ten), grand-nephews (four), gardening, and pasta. His greatest joy? Serving the Eucharistic Lord as Priest.


Follow him on Twitter  @frspenna



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