If you are Catholic or have an interest in the Catholic faith and hearing some of the best Catholic speakers anywhere, then you are invited to become a member of the Catholic Professional & Business Club of the Diocese of Fresno. At our breakfast meeting, the Club strives to provide speakers who are successful leaders in their field. They are men and women with a message to encourage and motivate our members to live an exemplary Catholic life style in their own business and personal environments. They are given an opportunity to share their faith, network and deepen their relation with God. We look forward to seeing you at our breakfast meetings. They will be the best morning you spend each month.

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Catholic Professional & Business Club of Fresno
P.O. Box 9454
Fresno, CA 93792-9454

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November 14th Meeting
7:15am
Pardini's

2257 W Shaw Ave
Fresno, CA 93711

Father Andrew Apostoli, CFR

Father Andrew Apostoli, CFR, comes to Fresno all the way from St. Felix Friary in Yonkers, New York. He was ordained a priest by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen in 1967.

At our breakfast, Fr. Andrew will talk about ways we may practice our faith in our professions by understanding the role lay men and women, who have been attracted to the holiness of St. Francis of Assisi for centuries, can play in serving the materially poor, most especially immigrants, the destitute and the homeless.

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