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Married or a Parent?
The motto of the National Federation of Catholic Youth Ministry is Strong Catholic Families, Strong Catholic Youth.” See more by clicking here. The Padgetts also have a compelling story.
Other things that build families:
- Pray together.
- Incorporate spiritual reading into your life. Good Reads has many titles, of many genres and authors, including Bibles, Catechisms and apologetics. Magazines would include Maryknoll and Columbia.
- Listen to Christian radio. Stations of the Cross or Family Life Network or KLove
- Tune into EWTN TV.
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Work weekends? Make your day off your personal Sabbath and go to daily Mass! Through our active participation in the sacraments and making an effort to pray daily He will grow in us. Check out this story of The Hudsons. Participate in ministries, fellowship with other parishioners, join one of our parish’s book groups, view Catholic TV and listen to Christian radio. Click the Resources page for more ideas.
Camp Koinonia Located within our parish boundaries lies this beautiful get away. It offers week-long retreats for families to grow closer, relax and renew their spirits. The program staff consists of a priest, spiritual directors and program directors. Teens are offered a life changing experience as staffers, serving the families and finding lifelong friends. Young adults also have an important place at Camp Koinonia, as Holy Helpers. To learn more, click here.