Men’s Spirituality Donald Bisson – “Men bleed too. Men grieve the loss of their children through divorce, separation, work assignments and illnesses. They seek out relationships to fill the hunger, pain and loneliness of life’s struggles. They ponder the great mysteries…”


Masculine Spirituality – By Richard Rohr, O.F.M. – Masculine spirituality. Perhaps the term sounds new, different, even wrong or unnecessary. Why would we bother speaking of a spirituality that is especially masculine or male? Is there anything to be learned here? Anything that can help both men and women…


Healing the Father Wound – “…The average man today… has learned well from his mother to embrace his “soft feminine side” and become tender and receptive. But he hasn’t learned to embrace his more deliberate “masculine side,” because his father has been emotionally and often physically absent…” Gordon Dalbey


Men’s Spirituality – Mark Walstrom – “Why is it that so many men, especially middle-age and older men, are angry, confused, and depressed? Plain and simple — it’s because they’ve lost their identities — individually, but more important collectively. Men don’t know what it means to be a man anymore.”


American men’s hidden crisis: They need more friends! – “Of all people in America, adult, white, heterosexual men have the fewest friends. Moreover, the friendships they have, if they’re with other men, provide less emotional support and involve lower levels of self-disclosure and trust than other types of friendships.”

THE END OF MEN AND THE RISE OF WOMEN – HANNA ROSIN – “… The most painful moment was when we were at a party and one guy turned to us and said, “You guys are doing great. Andrea, you’re a vice president, and Bill, well, we don’t know what you are.” I laughed along with everyone else, but eight years later I can still remember that moment very clearly. I was like, “Wow. I’m the naked emperor here….”