Not long ago, young boys were taught how to be noble and virtuous, as well as kind and courageous. Yet today, too often young men grow into adult men without the formation and training they need to be strong contributors to human society. Too often, Fr. Peter Michael Henry argues in this book, those in charge of leading youth have forgotten how to mentor. That is why in these pages he offers a practical and instructive resource for men which equips them to mentor and form boys to grow into inspiring and capable men.
He explains the importance of having manly role models, the indispensable characteristics of a mentor, the role of discipline, how to encourage self-confidence, and why the formation of manly men is essential to preventing the oppression of women.
- 240 pages