Speaking Events 2017

We are excited to announce all speaking events throughout the United States. Look below to find out more and how to request

Parish leadership workshop

What an amazing time we are in the Church as we experience a new surge of energy and zeal in the New Evangelization. Over the past couple of years, many discussions on the pastoral care on the family have risen primarily through the extraordinary “Synod on the Family” that challenges the status quo when it comes to Parish ministry. As leaders in the church, we must take this opportunity to dive into the depths of reimagining our servant hearts into a unified center that stems from the origins of the family. Why? Because no matter how diversified our ministries are in demographics, we all serve under one Church, one roof, and hopefully as one family of families. In this workshop, we will cover the following:

 

The Family as the Foundation to the New Evangelization

In this session, we will discuss a talking point from a presentation from Fr. Sean Kilkawley out of the Lincoln Diocese in Nebraska say that, “if you talk about the New Evangelization and don’t mention the Family; you don’t understand the New Evangelization.” If we strive for Parish Based Evangelization and do not speak of the Family that comprises the Parish, do we really know the mission in the New Evangelization? Yet alone, if we can’t find the family explicitly included in our evangelization strategies, how can we effectively "accompany" our Parish community to become missionary disciples of Jesus Christ?

Freedom and Love: Growing in True Love from Encounter
We will dive into the depths of the “Art of Accompaniment” in its theological and practical dimensions through encounter.

What Shinichi Suzuki, a renowned violinist, can Teach on Parent Involvement
How parents becoming “home teachers” during the week led to an explosive success in his methods of teaching.

Karol Wojtyla’s Early Writings on Apostolate and the Role of the Family
We will analyze his writings “Person and Community” to give vital foundation in how we see apostolic work as laity in the Church post Vatican II.

Brainstorming Session in How to Apply these Foundations to Your Ministry

Lastly, we will have a dream session that will allow us to put into action these foundational truths to activate the flame of love within your parish community.

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Young adults

We are living in an unprecedented time when the average Catholic young adult has been impacted by various dynamic evangelical initiatives today. These levels of impact on their formation are hopeful to bring a “new springtime” in the Church. However, what happens when you are no longer a part of a dynamic community and desire to belong? Who will encourage you when times get tough? You must join or help build one. Also, this call to a vocation becomes the forefront of your life and the #ForeverAlone becomes your greatest lie from the enemy.  In this talk, we will cover the following:

 

The Family as the Foundation to the New Evangelization

In this session, we will discuss a talking point from a presentation from Fr. Sean Kilkawley out of the Lincoln Diocese in Nebraska say that, “if you talk about the New Evangelization and don’t mention the Family; you don’t understand the New Evangelization.” If we strive for Parish Based Evangelization and do not speak of the Family that comprises the Parish, do we really know the mission in the New Evangelization? Yet alone, if we can’t find the family explicitly included in our evangelization strategies, how can we effectively "accompany" our Parish community to become missionary disciples of Jesus Christ?

Await: Until Our Hearts Become One

Discovering the Four Dimensions of Love, as taught by St. John Paul II in Love and Responsibility, for the discerning young adult heart is paramount to their faith journey. You will learn how by embracing these dimensions, you can bat away all the lies of the #ForeverAlone mentality and begin to become #ForeverFree

No Spouse, No Kids, No “BAE”, So Where Do I Belong?

Many times, as we see the seasons of life change for friends and family, we begin to feel isolated and alone. In Family Based Evangelization, it can be easy to dismiss due to that is “not my reality.” On the contrary we will realize together that without the young adult heart in this model; it is rendered futile. We are the spark to the flame, get excited!

 
 

married couples

“Families become what you are.” With these words that St. John Paul II gave in his writing Familiaris Consortio, we are given a rhetorical question that drives to the depths of our hearts to give rise to the question, “Who are we?” More importantly, it sends a shockwave through the family unit in each person resulting in asking “Who am I?” Join us on the courageous journey to become a Family Fully Alive through Family Based Evangelization!

In this workshop, we will cover the following:

The Family as the Foundation to the New Evangelization

In this session, we will discuss a talking point from a presentation from Fr. Sean Kilkawley out of the Lincoln Diocese in Nebraska say that, “if you talk about the New Evangelization and don’t mention the Family; you don’t understand the New Evangelization.” If we strive for Parish Based Evangelization and do not speak of the Family that comprises the Parish, do we really know the mission in the New Evangelization? Yet alone, if we can’t find the family explicitly included in our evangelization strategies, how can we effectively "accompany" our Parish community to become missionary disciples of Jesus Christ?

The Four Dimensions of Love in Marriage

Discover the Four Dimensions of Love as taught by St. John Paul II in Love and Responsibility, and how by embracing these dimensions within your marriage, will prepare your heart for the journey conquering the mountain of love together towards heaven and into eternity.

Karol Wojtyla’s Early Writings on the Role of the Family and Parenthood
We will analyze his writings “Person and Community” to give vital foundation in how we see apostolic work as laity in the Church post Vatican II.

Freedom and Love: Growing in True Love from Encounter
We will dive into the depths of the “Art of Accompaniment” in its theological and practical dimensions through encounter, and how authentic human love that radiates from a marriage fully alive in the Lord has the power to transform the world. Where does it all start? In your home.

“Families become what you are.” With these words that St. John Paul II gave in his writing Familiaris Consortio, we are given a rhetorical question that drives to the depths of our hearts to give rise to the question, “Who are we?” More importantly, it sends a shockwave through the family unit in each person resulting in asking “Who am I?” Join us on the courageous journey to become a Family Fully Alive through Family Based Evangelization!