In the formative years of our lives, God was not a priority. We each had a 'miraculous' (unexpected and shocking to all) reversion to the Catholic faith in our early twenties, only to meet seven years later and discover how similar our paths had been. God had been forming us for one another all along.
Here we discuss these events and compel young people to choose God now, conforming their lives to Jesus Christ, avoiding many common societal pressures for the sake of their current happiness and well-being of their future vocation.
Dating & Chastity
Referencing Theology of the Body, we will discuss the importance of self-mastery and chastity, using our own testimonies to depict the importance of realizing your dignity in the image and likeness of God.
As we begin to understand the love we are created for, it shapes the way we live their lives, now and always.
Battle of the Sexes
Men's & Women's Guides to Holiness
Here we discuss the societal pressures most common to men and women, familiarizing our audience with the tactics of the devil, calling them to holiness through a personal relationship with Jesus and His Catholic Church.
Men are called to provide, protect, and to be fruitful (literally and spiritually, and according to their vocation). Young men are called to understand this now, forming themselves in self-control and good habits (virtues) years before making a vocational decision.
I'll Be Happy When...
Many young women get caught up thinking, "I'll be happy when...
*I have a better body
*I'm in a relationship
The reality is, as we get everything we think we want, it never seems to be enough. There is a reason for this: only God can satisfy our desires. This women's talk encourages women to live in the present moment, walking with Jesus as he guides them where they are meant to be, one day at a time.
The Feminine Genius
Embracing True Femininity
Here we will look into some fundamental and undeniable differences between men and women (studies referenced), learning to embrace our pivotal role as women, understanding that we are equal to men in dignity, but not the same; men and women have complementary roles in God's plan, and we are called to support one another in the building of His Kingdom on Earth.
Note: It is made clear that there is no cookie-cutter image of what it means to be a man or a woman (we are all unique), but our sex was gifted to us intentionally by God.
The topic of gender dysphoria is gently discussed as we begin to understand the difference between the psychological struggle and a relativistic society that is confusing the topic.