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.
Begin Discipleship at Home
Raising children to be disciples is the most important work that parents will do. They must guide their children as they build their spiritual foundation.
Be Transformed in Love
God designed marriage to be a reflection of His love for humanity. In marriage, couples get to participate in God’s absolute love.
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.
Create a Culture of Discipleship
God has a mission for each of us. By centering our lives in Christ, we will lead others to hear and follow their own call.
Being surrounded by other Catholics, adoring, worshiping, is the most wonderful feeling. I know that God was with us!
It was during the Adoration. I could feel the presence of the Holy Spirit.
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.
I have a very strong relationship with our Eucharistic Lord and was the Year of the Eucharist Coordinator for my parish. It was only natural that I would also be the group leader. I had never been to such an event. It was like Heaven on Earth!
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.
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.
There were moments at Mass, during the talks, in Adoration, in the Eucharistic procession, and in conversation with other Catholics whereby I felt a tangible encounter with Christ. [I was] especially moved by the procession, in seeing the passersby stop to give their attention.
It was great to see so many people who believe — those who presented but also those who attended.
We went into Transformed in Love looking to learn more about each other and the Catholic Church’s teachings on marriage, and we came out enriched, enlightened, and totally excited to be husband and wife.
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