A Fraternitas Update

At the beginning of the month, I announced Fraternitas, a community for Catholic men. If you missed the announcement, Fraternitas will help you build your Catholic library, meet other brothers in Christ, form a local chapter in your community, and give you access to exclusive webinars with Catholic leaders, among other things. It’s going to be a lot of fun. I promised more details would be coming, so here’s another quick update.

Limited Access

I was absolutely blown away by the number of you interested in Fraternitas. In the first couple of days after the announcement, over 750 of you submitted your email saying you wanted to join! That brings the number of you eligible to signup to 2,983. Wow.

As I mentioned previously, signups will open on June 27, the Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Originally, I had planned to limit signups to 50 charter memberships, but due to the number of you interested, I have upped that number to 100 charter memberships. Be sure to sign up early on the 27th. With nearly 3,000 of you eligible, the open spots will go fast. If you haven’t submitted your email yet, do so using the form below to make sure you can get in on launch day.

Bonus Gifts

As a special thank you, our first 50 Fraternitas members will be receiving some special gifts: The beautiful and sturdy Catholic Gentleman one decade rosary, as well as some official buttons and stickers.



Free one decade rosary and stickers… a $20 value. 

Well, that’s all the news for now. Launch day is only about two weeks away! I can’t wait. Next week, I’ll announce our first book and webinar guest. Stay tuned!

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Sam Guzman is an author and editor of The Catholic Gentleman whose work has appeared in several publications. He resides in Wisconsin with his wife and two small boys where he is also the Communications Director for Pro-Life Wisconsin.

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