Fr. Nathan Cromly at St. Catharine Church

Saturday, March 13th & Tuesday March 16th

Who is Fr. Nathan Cromly?

Father Nathan Cromly is an informative and engaging speaker, writer, retreat leader, explorer, innovator, educator, and fire-starter for the Lord. Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, he has joyfully served as a Catholic priest of the Brothers of Saint John for 13 years, and currently ministers in Denver, Colorado. Father Nathan’s spiritual direction, teaching, and dynamic witness has touched the lives of tens of thousands of children, teenagers, married couples, business professionals, and families.


Both events will be in the brand new St. Catharine Parish Center.


Date Night with Father Nate

Saturday, March 13 • 6:45PM-9:30PM

Renew and refresh your relationship with a special date night. Relax, laugh, and learn together with Father Nathan Cromly, a renowned Catholic speaker.


Join us for an evening with your spouse and other couples seeking to grow in their relationships, led by Father Nathan. Through Scripture, Father Nathan helps to make sense of the ordinary struggles we face and gives us tools to renew and re-energize our spirits. This Date Night with Father Nate is a celebration of marriage, and gives an opportunity for couples to take time out of their busy lives to reflect on what is truly important. Taking a step back occasionally can be just what we need to move forward with grace. 


Cost: $75 per couple, includes appetizer, dinner, and dessert, as well as wine and other beverages.


Evening Schedule

  • 6:45pm: Registration & Appetizers
  • 7:15pm: Dinner 
  • 7:45-9:30pm: Dessert & Presentation


Questions: Stephanie Donley at 614-306-6851 or stephaniedonley6@gmail.com


Men's Irish Breakfast with Fr. Nathan

Tuesday, March 16 • 6:30am-8:00am

Relax and enjoy a wonderful breakfast prepared by Mustard Seed Catering as you listen to renowned speaker and fire-starter for the Lord, Father Nathan Cromly.


Pope Francis declared 2021 to be dedicated to Saint Joseph, so Father Nathan will appeal to his example of leadership within the family in order to call men to greater holiness, sacrifice, and leadership. He'll focus on why true, holy, sacrifical fatherhood is the key to renewing our culture and our world!


Free and open to the public.


Questions? Brendan O’Rourke at brendan@stcatharine.com