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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Venue: New Gym Complex @ St. Matthew Catholic Church
10703 Wurzbach Rd., San Antonio, TX 78230


Unload your burdens at Jesus’ feet. Encounter him in the Eucharist. Receive his peace in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Find strength in a brotherhood with men who are striving to follow Christ.


Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, MSpS

Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, MSpS

Celebrating Holy Mass

His Excellency was installed as Archbishop of San Antonio on November 23, 2010. He was appointed an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Chicago on January 24, 2003 by Pope John Paul II, and ordained on March 19, 2003 by Archbishop of Chicago, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I.

Born in San Luis Potosi SLP, Mexico, Garcia-Siller grew up sweeping floors and washing windows in the family furniture store until he was 16 years old. He earned a Masters degree in Theology and Divinity from St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo, California and received his Masters in Philosophy from Instituto de Filosofia, Guadalajara, Mexico. Also in Guadalajara, he earned his Masters in Psychology

He professed as a member of the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit and was sent to the USA, where he worked closely with immigrants. He was ordained a priest in 1984 in Guadalajara, and become a US citizen in 1998. Much of his work involved the formation of the men of his religious order. His priestly service has taken many forms, including work with communities of various cultural backgrounds.

Fr. Cedric Pisegna, CP

Fr. Cedric Pisegna, CP

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Rev. Cedric Pisegna, C.P. is a Passionist priest who professed vows in September of 1985. Fr. Cedric is all about the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ. Fr. Cedric preaches, writes and produces to help people come to know Jesus in a personal way. God has also called him to make known the imperishable riches of the Holy Spirit. The salvation and new life that comes from the Cross of Jesus is a major part of his proclamation.

Fr. Cedric was touched by the grace of God when he was 19 years old. He surrendered his life to Jesus and had a life changing experience. He was filled with the Holy Spirit and began to have a desire to make a difference in people’s lives. Since that time he dedicated his life to God as a Passionist religious and Catholic priest. He now travels across the U.S. and Canada preaching, writing, and producing for television.

He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and graduated from the University of Mass. at Amherst with B.S. in Social Work and a minor in Business. In addition, he has studied Philosophy at Southern Illinois University & Speech and Drama at Northwestern University in Chicago. Fr. Cedric graduated from the Catholic Theological Union at Chicago in 1990 receiving his Master of Divinity degree with Bible Specialization. He was ordained a priest on June 29, 1991.

Presently, Fr. Cedric preaches retreats and missions throughout the United States and Canada ministering out of the Passionist retreat complex in Houston, Texas. He has preached over 475 parish missions (retreats for the whole church) for some 30 years. In 1987, he studied Scripture in Israel and Greece. In the fall of 2003, he studied theology at the North American College in Rome, Italy.

He presently has a TV program “Live with Passion!” airing in nationally and internationally on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) and Daystar TV. His radio program Live with Passion! airs on radio in many markets. Fr. Cedric has produced a number of CD series and DVD’s on Christian living. He has also authored twenty-three books including Live Passionately!, Glorious Holy Spirit, Thy Kingdom Come!, You Can Change, Come Encounter Jesus, Golf and God, Eucharist: A Living Sacrifice, God’s Not Boring!, You Can Be Happy, Kept in Christ, Seasons of Life, The Sacred Walk; Choose Life and Live!; Rise! You Are Loved!; Challenges Make Champions, More Than Conquerors, Windows of Wisdom

Fr. Clay Hunt

Fr. Clay Hunt

How Can I Know God’s Will & Plan for My Life?

Fr. Clay Hunt grew up on a ranch in Bracketville, Texas near the Mexican border. As a youth he served as an altar boy at the parish church, which was only a quarter-mile away.

During these early years of working the ranch or playing sports, his dad started to refer to him as a little bulldog, because of his relentless efforts.

Fr. Clay originally had plans to become an Optometrist, because he wanted to help people see. Instead God called him to the priesthood, so he could help people see with the eyes of faith.

Before becoming a priest, he was a missionary for seven years in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Rome, and the Philippines.

Father has a great love for our Mother Mary. As a boy, he and his cousins used to pray the Rosary with his Nanee, his grandmother, at the ranch. He was under Our Lady’s patronage for his first priestly assignment at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Helotes, ten years ago.

Fr. Clay sees his priestly authority to forgive sins as the greatest grace he has been given by God

His favorite saints are Saint Faustina, Saint Genoa Mola and Saint John Vianney. His favorite prayer is the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. He prays the Chaplet and the Rosary daily.

Fr. Clay enjoys fishing (for fish, but also for men). And riding motorcycles, which he refers to as the steel horse. He dreams of bringing the Gospel to his brother bikers and winning the Lottery so he can buy a Harley-Davidson "Fat Boy."

Known as the "Motorcycle Priest," Father Henry "Clay" Hunt III currently serves as Chaplain for the Criminal Justice Ministry of the Archdiocese of San Antonio. He has previously served as pastor of St. Joseph Church in Del Rio.

Ken Hensley

Ken Hensley

A Path In the Desert: Escaping the Addictions that Destroy Our Happiness

Ken is a husband, father and grandfather who is also a Catholic apologist, teacher, speaker and author.

Ken came to faith in Christ at the age of 22 in an evangelical, non-denominational Protestant environment. He served as associate pastor & pastor for two Baptist churches in Califormia over a period of nine years before learning that a good friend from seminary, Scott Hahn, had converted to the Catholic faith. After more than three years of rethinking his entire worldview as a Christian in the light of scripture and church history, in September of 1996, he resigned pastoral ministry and at Easter Vigil 1997 was received into the Catholic Church with his wife, Tina.

In 2010, Ken co-authored "The Godless Delusion: A Catholic Challenge to Modern Atheism" with Patrick Madrid. He has worked with Patrick Madrid and Dr. Peter Kreeft, presenting intensive weekend "Apologetics Academy" events in cities around the country.

He has appeared a number of times on Catholic radio and television and has spoken at Catholic parishes and conferences throughout the country on subjects ranging from apologetics to scripture, theology, church history and spirituality.

Ken lives in Fillmore, CA. We and Tina have two children and five grandchildren.


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