The present is the only chance to build our family as a domestic church.

Workshop: Pathway to Your Domestic Church

A unique blueprint that helps married couples and Catholic parents to be the primary educators of the faith without uncertainty, fear, or confusion so they can establish a fruitful domestic church

Course Schedule


Program Duration

Oct. 2022 – May 2023 (1 session/month)



Program Overview

The Pathway to Domestic Church focuses on establishing and strengthening loving relationships with God and family members for which we all truly need and earnestly desire.


Married couples and parents are key to building the family as the first faith community, a domestic church. By committing to the role as the primary teachers of the Faith to our children, parents become missionaries to bring the love of God, the person of Jesus, and the presence of the Holy Spirit to our families and homes. Family relationships and home life form children and their future families with lasting effects.


There are nine steps in this program that will help Catholic parents learn which essential relationships make up a domestic church and equip them as primary teachers and educators of their children without uncertainty, fear, or confusion. This workshop will show parents not only how to establish the family as a domestic church, but to enjoy its fruits: close-knit family bonds, instilling Christian core values in family members, and the transmission of the Catholic Faith.  Moreover, they will come to the source of grace for the love required by these relationships.


Participants will receive a clear vision and the tools needed for them to implement the vision for their own family.  


God created families.  God loves each family and has a beautiful plan for your family. 

Who Should Attend:

This workshop is intended for Catholics who are serious about living their faith and their vocation of marriage and family. Ideal participants are those who seek to build their family as a domestic church as well as those who desire to pass on the Catholic faith to their children.

Topics Discussed

The Present is the Time to Build the Domestic Church