- We are a group of committed Roman Catholic men, married and single, who desire to grow in personal holiness.
- We desire to grow in love for God, our families, our friends, our neighbor and our Church.
- We desire to become better servants leaders of our families, our Church and our society.
- We desire to assist our Priests wherever and whenever we possibly can in creating a family atmosphere in our community.
- We desire to support our brothers in Christ through prayerful, honest and confidential Christian fellowship.
Aims & Objectives
To enhance the spiritual growth of the men of the Parish through a variety of well planned activities.
Message from the Founder
We are a Service Ministry, we serve our God. We assist our Rector and Assistant Rector through service to our Church Community. Our goal and focus is to build family and spiritual life. Men, become apart of these few good men.
Basil Davis - 2003-2005
History of the Men's Association
It was some 15 years ago that Basil Davis dreamed of the idea of a Men's Ministry for St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Parish. It was mentioned to a few men of the Parish, who thought it was an excellent idea, but little progress was made and the idea was scrapped. Years later Basil Davis continued his quest to start a Men's Ministry.
His inspiration was strengthened with the support, spiritual direction and mentoring of Monsignor Simeon Roberts, Rector of the Parish, and with determination and zeal together with a few able men at his side in 2003, they together formed the Men's Ministry and called it St. Francis Xavier Catholic Men's Association.
Election of officers to serve on the first Executive Committee was conducted on the May 19th, 2003 under the supervision of Rev. Fr. Kendrick Forbes, the then Associate Rector. The Association grew in numbers, attracting men of every persuasion, from fifteen (15) to a present membership of forty-five (45).
Answer the Call
We are committed Catholic men, who recognize our need for God's help. We gather in Christ's presence in an atmosphere of trust, equality and anonymity to share personal feelings and experiences. We unconditionally accept each other and prayerfully support one another.
If you wish to become a better leader of your family, your Church and society, then:answer the call, join the St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Men's Association.Applications can be obtained from the member of the Association or from the Parish Office.
General Meetings are held the second (2nd) Thursday of each month. Meeting times are from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and are held in the Parish Center, or any other designated venue.
Monthly Communication Mass
Our monthly communication mass takes place on the second Sunday of each month at the 11:00 am service at the Cathedral, or from time to time at other Parishes of the Archdiocese.