Vision: To Nurture Catholic Men's Spirituality in Chicago Southland

Dear CMCS Men and Friend's,

It's the 2019 CMCS Fall Appeal (click here to donate).

Catholic Men Chicago Southland (CMCS) fosters Catholic Men in personal holiness, to make Jesus Christ the center of our daily lives.   Our goal is to give men the spirituality they need to live their daily lives better, and keep them Catholic and Christian.

CMCS relies on the support from you, our loyal men and readers, to keep providing encouragement and support for “Living the Goodness of a Catholic Man”, as well as Catholic manhood information, updates, and articles, all pointing to our annual Men's Forum.

Make a donation today.

Just $5.00 a month / $60.00 a year, or your best one-time gift, from everyone reading this would make a tremendous impact and enable us to keep going into our 16th year.

It’s all part of the New Evangelization.


Thank you very much! May God reward you!

— The CMCS-Team


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CMCS is an Illinois State recognized nonprofit, and is not an IRS-certified charity. No revenue is generated by advertising, and funded only by individual support. Operation of CMCS is debt free, and administration is done by the CMCS-Team who gain no financial benefit from their engagement for this apostolate.


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