Hope is a desire for the kingdom of heaven and eternal life as our happiness. This desire; however, demands that we place our trust not in ourselves but rather in Jesus Christ, relying on the grace of the Holy Spirit. By recognizing Jesus Christ as our firm foundation we can have a steadfast hope, one that shines brightly for the world to see... "For in hope we were saved" (Romans 8:24).
What does steadfast hope look like in practice? Join us at the Men of Faith Conference to hear from Bishop Scott McCaig, CC as he speaks about living your faith in the world today. The Men of Faith Conference is for men of all ages and features dynamic speakers, Q&A sessions, and fellowship with like-minded men.
New location this year at All Saints Parish in Strathroy! Please note that this year's conference will be at All Saints Parish in Strathroy (West Middlesex Catholic Family of Parishes) instead of St. Michael's Parish in London. Click here to register for the satellite location in Windsor.
Bishop Scott McCaig, CC
Bishop Scott McCaig, CC, was born in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada, and grew up in Kamloops, British Columbia. He entered into full communion with the Catholic Church in 1987. After serving with NET Catholic Youth Ministries USA, he joined the Companions of the Cross in 1989 and later served two terms as general superior (2006 to 2016). Bishop McCaig holds an undergraduate degree in history from Carleton University, a bachelor’s degree in sacred theology from the University of St. Paul, a master of divinity degree from the University of Toronto, and is currently working on a master’s degree in catechesis and evangelization from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1995, serving in varied ministries and traveling extensively in missionary outreach. He was ordained a bishop for the Military Ordinariate of Canada in 2016.
08:00 am - Rosary
08:30 am - Holy Mass - Bishop Scott McCaig (Celebrant), Fr. Thom Blondin (Homilist)
09:30 am - Refreshments
10:00 am - Talk 1
10:50 am - Refreshments
11:20 am - Talk 2
12:10 pm - Lunch
01:10 pm - Eucharistic Adoration followed by Benediction
01:55 pm - Refreshments
02:35 pm - Q&A with Bishop Scott McCaig
03:30 pm - Closing remarks, refreshments, social