What Happened at the Marriage Summit?
Marriage and family life focus of inaugural diocesan summit
Exploring marriage and family life was focus of first diocesan Marriage Summit
By Mary Stadnyk, Associate Editor, Christina Leslie, Staff Writer and Lois Rogers, Correspondent | TrentonMonitor.com
The way that loving, married couples witness to their vocation within their families and communities may well be among the most effective means to encourage engaged individuals to marry in the Church.
“It’s time we raise the bar in our own marriages and not just settle for just a good marriage or an OK marriage, but a great marriage! And, it’s time we challenge others to do the same.”
That was the key message delivered by presenter Don Gramer in his workshop during the Diocese’s Marriage Summit held May 8-9 in Georgian Court University, Lakewood.
Who Attened the Marriage Summit?
- Priests & Deacons
- Pastoral Associates
- DRE’s, CRE’s & Catechists
- Pre-Cana & Marriage Ministry Teams
- RCIA & Sacramental Prep Teams
- Youth & Young Adult Ministers
- Parish Secretaries