How do we respond to a culture that no longer believes in truth?
Chances are, every person in the pews has been in a position where they feared being labelled “intolerant” for standing up for truth, and many of them may feel resentful of the Church’s teachings as a result.
Offer a parish-wide study of Who Am I To Judge? to train every member of your community to combat the sinfulness of moral relativism in the culture and their own hearts. Check out this inspiring message for parish leaders from Dr. Sri:
Ready to get started? Here’s every resource you need to begin your implementation of this parish-wide study:
1. Get inspiration from this FORMED webinar with Dr. Sri
2. Pick your Promotional Resources
Begin your implementation of this parish-wide study by choosing printable promotional materials to engage individuals in your community:
Note: These promotional resources include a space to enter your Custom Registration URL. If you have not yet created your Custom Registration URL, learn how here.
Prior to the start of the study, pique your parishioners’ interest with a pulpit pitch announcing the study or an article in your bulletin:
Engage your parishioners throughout the study and grow as one family under God by incorporating the theme of Divine Mercy every Sunday. Ask Father to preach on that week’s episode in his homily, and include reminders in your bulletin:
3. If desired, purchase discounted Participant Study Guides
Purchase the Who Am I to Judge? participant study guides at the discounted parish rate to help your parishioners go deeper each week!
Just $5.95 each! (Orig. $15.95)
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Why purchase physical copy guides?
Study Guides remain free for download with your parish FORMED subscription. However we also offer extremely attractive prices on printed, full color Participant Study Guides for Augustine Institute Studio programs for all FORMED parishes. Many parishes find that they can get a full color Participant Guide for about the same price as printing in-house, without the hassle or labor involved.