The Catholic Fellows

I just met these guys through the interwebs and I’d like for you to visit their site.  The Catholic Fellows is about building strong Christian men through community, and you know the Tactical Catholic is all for that.  Check their mission statement.

Empowering men through His Most Holy Church. We are individual fellows at varying stages in life who all want to grow to be more like Christ. God is our greatest strength, and he has given us his saints for standards. The Catholic Fellows aim to empower other fellows, wherever they are in this world, to take up their cross, and walk in love with Christ.

Guys, this is a well designed site with a strong concept. They are building content and an audience and YOU are going to take some time to visit their site and be encouraged.  I would also challenge you to consider joining their fellowship.  The bar is high, my friends, but that is the way it should be, challenging each other to do more and be more.

Now why would Tactical Catholic promote a site that is doing the SAME THING as he’s doing?  Well, for starters, they have better art.  Seriously, men, there is no such thing as competition when it comes to laboring in the mission fields.  We are all fellow laborers and working for the same Jewish carpenter.  Far be it from me to try to horde my readers and podcast listeners.  My goals are similar to theirs, to help us all to grow together in Christ.  Plus, they advocate meeting in pubs!  You can’t argue with theology on tap (no trademark infringement intended), my brethren.

Don’t take my word for it.  Pop over to The Catholic Fellows and give a look.  Please tell them that I sent you and that I’m happy to have met more good men from JP Catholic!

To learn more about The Catholic Fellows, visit their website.

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About Tactical Catholic

Catholic husband, dad, and convert to the Catholic Faith. A Catholic layman doing his part to strengthen Catholic men for their vocation.

Posted on April 28, 2015, in Catholic Community, Catholic Manliness, Catholic Websites, Personal Witness, Small Church Community and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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