When asked to briefly describe the highlight of this workshop some said:
(These are just a few of many, many positive comments we have receieved)
I enjoyed the input of others and the book table/resources. Thought it was great to have the workbook to follow along.
The energy of the speaker and conversation during the discussion.
The videos are amazing.
The video was excellent. Christopher West was good in explaining. A very productive day. Eye-opener.
The presentation was very interesting.
That Pope John Paul II was speaking the truth and teachings of the Church and that it is not widely known and that it will take generations to substantially see a social change.
Information about Theology of the Body. Celibacy in light of Theology of the Body.
Christopher West has a real gift of imparting this wonderful message. It was wonderful to have many questions answered and many misconceptions laid to rest. Bravo
The Catholic Church is true to its basic teachings and will not change these basic truths now and in the future.
Being able to put controversial subject matter into laymen's terms Genius is simplicity
Very informative and I believe the 4th session should be incorporated into the marriage prep courses
The Pope's view on sex & marriage
The view of the church and how it is misinterpreted
The interest shown by the participants
Christopher West is very passionate and informative on the Pope's message. It makes you question yourself . Are we truly understanding God's purpose for our lives?
Each week I learned more about myself and how I looked at the Church's views on sex and Marriage, Celibacy, etc.
The group discussions were very enlightening
Insights into marriage, Jesus and the Church
The content and listening to Christopher West
Meeting new people. Social interaction
New insights into the meaning of sex as God intended
4th session was the best because I am married so could relate very personally to the topic. However, all topics were relevant and interesting, especially priestly celibacy and its history as an analogy of Christ and the Church