Created 2-Nov-12
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The second Connecticut Catholic Men's Conference drew more than 750 men to the Chevrolet Theatre in Wallingford on Oct. 10. A lineup of popular speakers filled the day, and some 25 vendors displayed information on topics ranging from pro-life activities to family values, Christian music, religious communities and sacred heart. "Bring Home the Fire" was the event's theme.
Deacon Harold Burke-Silvers, the first black permanent deacon in Portland, Ore., reads aloud during his presentation.Deacon Harold Burke-Silvers, the first black permanent deacon in Portland, Ore, gestures as he speaks.Father Larry Richards of the Diocese of Erie, Pa., addresses the conference on a repeat visit, back by popular demand.Father Sam Kachuba, 26, a recently ordained priest of the Diocese of Bridgeport, Conn., talked about the priesthood at the Connecticut Catholic Men's Conference.

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