Catholics @ Work OC helps people close the gap between their faith and their work. The organization features individuals who are successfully addressing challenging workplace issues by applying work principles from the Gospel and Christ's example. We see members and guests desire to explore virtue and to influence family and culture for the betterment of every human being.
We invite you to attend one of our breakfast forums and see first-hand how Catholics at Work OC can help you on your journey. Decide for yourself if you want to become a member.
Catholics at Work OC is proud to have as its Episcopal Advisor the Most Reverend Dominic M. Luong, DD, MS, Retired Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Orange.
The breakfast series is held on the second Thursday of the month, eight times per year (February–May and September–December). Each breakfast runs from 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM and is a great way to network with people who are also looking for purpose and leadership.
Mass is offered before breakfast at 6:30 AM for those who wish to attend. Catholics at Work OC is proud to have the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey as our chaplains for the monthly prayer breakfast series.
Young Catholics @ Work OC is a digital networking group for young Catholic professionals, aged 21-35, and is geared toward recent college graduates and young business people. Young Catholics at Work OC is proud to partner with the Orange County chapter of Young Catholic Professionals to serve the live networking needs of our young adults.
Made 4 More Conferences
Made 4 More Catholic Men's Conferences are a collaboration between Catholics @ Work OC, Dynamic Catholic Institute, and Catholic Men’s Fellowship of California. The organization hosts half day conferences on Saturday mornings for Catholic men who are interested in growing in holiness by being the men that God created them to be.
The goal of Made 4 More is to provide contemporary Catholic Men with a transformative experience -- one that will lead participants to a deeper and more personal relationship with Jesus Christ and his bride, the Church. Made 4 More does this with a four hour encounter which presents engaging speakers who are tops in their field and address real, tangible issues that many men can identify with.
October 22, 2007
Dear Fellow Catholic,
Allow me to introduce you to “Catholics @ Work,” a chapter of the National Catholic Professional & Business Clubs, now forming in the Diocese of Orange.
The group’s monthly breakfast meetings provide local Catholic business professionals from all walks of life a wonderful way to meet, network, and to grow deeper in the faith.
A vibrant faith is the best thing we can offer to our families, neighbors, co-workers, and society. I encourage you in your efforts to bring Christ to the workplace.
Sincerely yours in Christ Our Savior,
The Catholic Professional & Business Clubs, Inc., is a national non-profit organization which serves as the support entity to the regional and diocesan chapter ministries.
The first chapter club was founded in 1990 in Santa Rosa, California. Chapter clubs host monthly breakfast and/or lunch meetings with a speaker who shares their faith-filled message demonstrating that faith and business ethics need not be mutually exclusive terms. Through the blessings of the Holy Spirit, CP&BC chapters have continued to grow throughout the nation.
The national CP&BC organization was incorporated in 2003, and supports the chapters by providing an annual national conference, formation advising, speaker sources, and various other support services.
Catholic Business & Professional Club Chapters: