An Annual Conference Serving Thousands

After 23 years of hosting thousands of men in person, the 2020 Columbus Catholic Men's Conference will provide the opportunity for thousands more men to participate virtually as well as from gathered locations.

Your Host: Devin Schadt

Devin Schadt is a husband, father, author, and speaker who transmits the message of the glory, necessity, and power of fatherhood. Devin is the cofounder of the Fathers of St. Joseph, an apostolate that works for the renewal of authentic fatherhood.  He will guide attendees through the day as well as lead group sessions.

Bishop Robert Brennan

The Most Reverend Robert J. Brennan was appointed Bishop of Columbus on January 31, 2019, by His Holiness Pope Francis.  He currently serves as a member the board of the Pontifical College Josephinum.  With the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Bishop Brennan served as a member of the Committee for Catholic Education, the Administrative Committee, and the Priorities and Plans Committee.


Chris Stefanick

Chris Stefanick is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and television host who has devoted his life to inspiring people to live a bold, contagious faith.


Matt Fradd

Matt Fradd is an author, speaker and podcaster. He is a gifted evangelist whose talks are the perfect balance between intellectual depth  and an entertaining style. 

Father Donald Calloway

Father Donald Calloway is a powerful speaker on the message of The Divine Mercy and devotion to Our Lady.  He is a best-selling author, apologist and evangelist with an incredible conversion story.

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The Catholic Men’s Ministry is a Catholic Lay Apostolate primarily serving the Diocese of Columbus. Called to be saints, centered on Christ and inspired by St. Joseph, our primary purpose is to bring men to Christ.


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