Our mission is to promote mental health and marriage & family flourishing through quality, affordable mental health services that are integrated with the fullness of the Catholic faith.
Three to Get Marriedsam56589
Three to Get Married
You’re not just planning a wedding... you’re preparing for a lifetime. Are you ready? Prepare to Love for a Lifetime! Preparing for Marriage–the Pre-Cana Requirement The Three to Get Married Marriage Preparation Program draws upon the best in contemporary psychology, practical wisdom from the experience of married couples, and the beauty of the Catholic Church’s teachings on marriage and family life in order to give you the best foundation on which to build a successful marriage. Our marriage preparation course is an intensive preparation experience true...
The Spiritual Exercises are an opportunity to retreat from the hectic, noisy world and encounter Jesus Christ in a more profound and personal way. We offer silent retreats for men and women that focus on the Gospels and the fullness of the Catholic faith, opening the soul to the transforming power of grace. Preached by Legionary of Christ priests, each retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola and is comprised of guided meditations, private reflection, Mass, opportunities for...
Three to Stay Marriedsam56589
Three to Stay Married
Whether you’ve been married 6 months or 60 years, it’s a good idea to check the gauges and make sure you are both still headed in the same direction. Three to Stay Married offers four two-day programs that offer practical and spiritual instruction for married couples. Healing Your Love: Tools for Overcoming Obstacles in Marriage A Christ-Centered Marriage Renewal Workshop for couples looking to reconnect, repair, and re-energize their marriage. Back to the Basics - Three to STAY Married Signature Weekend Our signature marriage program. A “back to basics” weekend is...
Therapy services that integrate care for the whole person with the fullness of the Catholic faith.
The thing the church needs most today is the ability to heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful; it needs nearness, proximity. I see the church as a field hospital after battle….You have to heal the wounds. Then we can talk about everything else. Heal the wounds, heal the wounds…. And you have to start from the ground up.