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Joseph Lombardi, Jr., grandson of Vince Lombardi and quarterback coach for the New Orleans Saints.

Cardinal Tobin to Lead Conference at Seton Hall

The Catholic Men’s Commission of the Archdiocese of Newark is celebrating its tenth annual Men’s Conference on Saturday, March 10th at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. This year’s conference will feature the Celebration of Holy Mass at 3:00 pm, led by Cardinal Joseph William Tobin, C.Ss.R., Archbishop of Newark, accompanied by Bishops and clergy from the Archdiocese of Newark and neighboring Dioceses.

The daylong prayerful event is expected to bring together thousands of attendees who seek to strengthen their spiritual faith and engage in fellowship. All Catholic men from the Archdiocese of Newark and neighboring Dioceses are invited to join the event and support one another in their personal discipleship and journey towards Christ.

The conference welcomes three notable personalities who will share their stories of faith and evangelization: Joseph Lombardi, Jr., Hector Molina and Jesse Romero. Joseph Lombardi, Jr., is the quarterback coach for the New Orleans Saints and grandson of legendary coach Vince Lombardi. Hector Molina is a bilingual Catholic speaker and evangelist with over 25 years of experience in professional pastoral ministry. Jesse Romero is a bilingual Catholic Lay Evangelist and a radio personality on Immaculate Heart Radio. Reverend John Gordon, Associate to the Vicar for Pastoral Life at the Archdiocese of Newark will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the day.

This year’s conference theme is “Be Not Afraid…The Victory is Christ’s.” The conference takes place on Saturday, March 10th from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, at Seton Hall University’s auditorium located at 400 South Orange Avenue in South Orange. Registration is $25 per attendee. Priests, Deacons and other religious receive free admission. Continental breakfast and lunch are included. To register online, visit www.NJCatholicMen.org. For more information email: [email protected], or call 973-497-4545.