- Diocesan Priesthood
- Consecrated Life
|Project Andrew - Oct. 9 & Oct. 30|
Project Andrew is a great opportunity to learn more about the life Christ desires each one of us to live. This is a short evening for single men 16 and over, those in college, or the workforce. During this no pressure setting you will be with other guys who are curious about how Christ calls ordinary men to live an extraordinary life. The evening is not about pressuring you to become a priest, but discovering how God calls everyone to a vocation. Even if you are dating, you will better understand how to listen to what Christ is asking you to do with your life.
Archbishop Naumann frequently tells young people that as a Catholic they have a responsibility to carefully discern each vocation - marriage, priesthood, single life, and religious life - to see what God is calling them to do. Project Andrew starts you thinking about your life and how to determine God's will for you. The talks and prayer inspire many to continue seeking direction in this important area.
You will get to meet, eat, and pray with Archbishop Naumann as well as other inspiring priests. Project Andrew includes a great dinner and time for questions. Parents of participants are also invited to learn more about discernment and seminary life with their own session led by a priest. The event is free and is only done in the fall. Choose one of the two fall sessions. Please register as soon as possible but no later than Oct.5 for the KC session and Oct. 25 for the Topeka session.
Business casual/Sunday attire recommended.
Schedule of Events
First two hours - Meet the priests, priest testimony, Adoration and Evening Prayer with a meditation given by Archbishop Naumann, presentation for men while parents have their own session
Last hour - Dinner with priests & Archbishop; Q & A with Archbishop