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Living in the Truth as a Man of God

Today we will dive into the heart of what it means to live in the truth as a man of God. You might be thinking, “Man of God?” That doesn’t sound like me. Well, this program was put together for men just like you, as well as men who are on a journey after God’s own heart. I’d also like to point out that this isn’t exclusively for men. It’s for all hearts that beat in pursuit of divine purpose. From the break of dawn to the setting of the sun, our lives are filled with moments that call us to live out our faith boldly and authentically.

On today’s journey, we will discuss:

  • What the Catechism of the Catholic Church states about Living in the Truth
  • How the sacraments benefit men on our spiritual journey
  • Various ways men can be beacons of truth and hope, today.

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Guest Information

Deacon Tom Fox, C.K.H.S. is the Co-Founder & Co-Director of Pilgrim Center of Hope. Along with his wife, Mary Jane Fox, the two left their careers after a profound conversion experience and began working full-time in ministry at their parish in 1986. After several years and having impacted tens of thousands of families, the Foxes founded Pilgrim Center of Hope in 1993 as a response to the Church’s call for a New Evangelization.


Jason Kelly's background is in Special Education as a teacher for many years in the public school system. Graduating from Texas A&M with a business degree made him think he would seek a career in that setting, but God had other plans and was full of surprises.
Pilgrim Center of Hope’s outlook on ministry fits so well with his spirituality. Having the Teresian Sisters as one of our inspirations is particularly meaningful for him, as they were both contemplative and apostolic.

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“Truth always ends by victory; it is not unassailable, but invincible.” - St. Ignatius of Loyola