Exodus 90 is a ninety-day, Catholic program for men.
"I felt like I got my husband back."
- Kara, Matt's wife
How is that habit of
staring at your screen
wasting time on your phone
working out for you?
The main reason men make an Exodus is this: they want to grow. Closer to God, their spouse, children, and friends. Closer to that man that God has called them to be for them.
of Exodus men experience freedom
More than 60,000 men from around the world have journeyed through the Exodus with their brothers. Single men, married men, priests, bishops, Christians and non-Christians alike. They overwhelming tell us Exodus 90 has given them a level of freedom they did not have before.
How it works.
You will journey with your brothers through the Book of Exodus. Each morning you’ll have a passage from the Bible and a reflection to guide your silent prayer.
What does prayer look like
with Exodus 90? >
We can’t say “yes” to God until we have said “no” to the world and its comforts. You’ll return to the Church’s ancient – and largely forgotten – tradition of asceticism. That’s a fancy word that means “acts of self denial.”
Invite men you know to journey with you: your friends, co-workers, brothers, or that random guy at Church. You will meet each week with your fraternity and follow a simple structure for prayer, encouragement, and accountability. One of the men from your fraternity will be your Anchor, and you will check in with him each day.
Why you can’t do it alone >
The Tailgate Tour was designed to be a ‘different’ type of event that men in parishes, on campuses, and other communities don’t typically get invited to. We know attracting men to a ‘church event’ is not particularly easy. The Tailgate Tour seeks to minimize that obstacle.
Not just 90 days
Your formation continues every day of your life — beyond Exodus 90. The path to the Promised Land is a lifelong journey. Continue with your fraternity through the Biblical Series.
WITH YOUR FRATERNITY
The Biblical Series
Daily Gospel Reflections
Connect with the Word of God daily with the Exodus app! Each day, you'll have access to the day's Gospel reading, plus a reflection written for Exodus men. You start here.
Remember you are dust: Lent
How have you prepared for Easter in the past? Like most of us, maybe you’ve given up chocolate, or tried to pray more. Christ is commanding us to live a life of prayer, asceticism, and fraternity year-round. Though, during Lent he invites us to go even deeper by increasing our fervor for prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. Check it out here.
O Come, All Ye Faithful: Advent
Have you been wanting to push away the cultural cacophony that grows louder around you every December? This year, you can. This new spiritual exercise immerses men in a time of preparation for the coming of our Lord through a disciplined life of prayer, asceticism, and fraternity. Advent starts on November 28th and ends on Christmas. You can check it out here.