Restore Night for High Schoolers with The Culture Project
"The culture project"
For High Schoolers Only
All Parishes Welcome
Friday, December 7, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
5:30 Vigil Mass for the feast of the Immaculate conception
Food, Fun and Social Media discussion in the School Building After Mass
Join The Culture Project Missionaries for “Restore Night” coming to St. Dominic’s Parish in San Francisco. Be inspired and guided in ways that you can help breathe life into our world. Become part of the movement as teenagers - actively working to ignite your life and the lives of others with truth, goodness, and beauty.
R.S.V.P. Kathy at email@example.com or (415) 567-7824 x111.
Who is The Culture Project?
A sext sent on a whim. An eating disorder that escalates into a hospital visit. A hookup with someone that’s not even lunch date material. A secret abortion to save a college career. A sex addiction to escape the emptiness of everyday life. The need is urgent.
Today, more than ever, young people long to know there is more to the human story. In any given community, we don’t have to look far to find young people suffering the effects of a deep, underlying problem: they don’t know who they are and what they’re made for.
Having tried our culture and found it wanting, young men and women are beginning to stand against the throw-away culture that views the human person as dispensable. Today, young people are rising to uphold the dignity and potential of every human person, especially in regard to our sexuality. This is the mission of The Culture Project.
Social Media Talk
With the advent of modern technology, smart phones, and social media our world has changed forever. How do we navigate this new social landscape that no generation has had to navigate before? Designed to follow up our Human Dignity and/or Sexual Integrity presentations, this presentation will engage students in a dialogue about how to integrate virtue and excellence into their use of Social Media. We discuss how our use of media can either contribute to or endanger our personal happiness, our relationships, and the type of person we ultimately become. We will share about the great benefits to using social media, as well as how to avoid some of its biggest downfalls, such as comparison, isolation, inauthenticity, even habits like cyber-bullying and sexting. Through the use of stories, cultural examples, and personal witness, we invite students to consider their own use of media and how we can all utilize the incredible tools that our modern day offers in Social Media to become a force for good in our communities and become people who leave a lasting positive impact on our world.
|Contact||Kathy Folan, 415-567-7824x111, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Date||Friday, December 07, 2018|
|Time||5:30 PM - 8:30 PM|