Lolek

“Do not be afraid. Do not be satisfied with mediocrity. Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.” -Pope St. John Paul II

Our Men’s group is called “Lolek.” “Lolek” is a Polish word which means “free man.” Lolek was also the nickname of one of the greatest men of our generation(s)—Saint John Paul II. As Connor Sheehan said, “If you want to learn what it means to be a free man, look at the witness of St. John Paul II. He listened, he loved, and he showed men what it means to lay down one’s life for the beloved.”

This is precisely what we will aim to do—listen, love and lay down our lives for our beloved. 

Lolek is a group for men of all ages. In fact, I want older men and younger men to come together, walk with one another, and become genuine friends.

Details

When: 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month starting Sept. 12
Where: Basilica
Time: 9-10:30AM
Who: Any man age 18 and up
Cost: FREE. All the readings we will do can be found for free (click here):
Format:

  1. Discuss the reading assigned;
  2. Talk about how can we implement what we learned so as to live in the freedom of God;
  3. End with a Rosary;
  4. Go home promptly at 10:30AM!

Signup

If you wish to join Lolek, please click on this link.