The Catholic Church is called to do many things, but our primary task is to evangelize. These programs provide a framework and tools to become better disciples and lead others in their journey of discipleship.
Engage Your Parishioners
Amid the challenges facing today’s society, parish leaders need to help their parishioners answer the call to discipleship and become actively involved in evangelization.
It was great to see so many people who believe — those who presented but also those who attended.
I’m a few weeks into Project Nazareth with my kids and I’m really liking it. My six-year-old in particular is really responsive to the questions for young kids.
I had never taken part in a Eucharistic procession. It meant a lot to me to be able to proudly profess my faith to the world.
Transformed in Love has been a tremendous service to engaged couples in their proximate preparation for their Sacramental marriage. The faithfulness of the Catholic Teachings, the gifted faith-filled instructors, and the sincerely welcoming environment makes these days so enriching for these couples.
I do think that the structure of Project Nazareth is a great approach for teaching and learning about our Faith. My daughter (3d grade) and I have really gotten a lot out of the program this year. I hope that we can continue this next year and beyond.
Adoration always provides me the best time to converse with my Lord and to publicly proclaim this through the Eucharistic Procession was very moving and powerful.
My fiancé and I loved our Transformed in Love experience. We learned so much about each other, about a faithful marriage, and about growing together in holiness. Ultimately, we feel prepared for the Sacrament of Marriage in a way that we didn’t expect before.
Seeing the men who I know who are good Deacons, Priests and the Cardinal made it a special day with our dear Savior.
The experience of being with and worshipping with so many people was uplifting.