Catholic Marriage Preparation and Ongoing Formation

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  • Your fiancés contact info and address
  • Your fiancés dietary restrictions / food allergies (if any)
  • Your Priest/Deacon’s name, address, and email
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DAY 1: June 1, 2024 | 8:00am to 5:00pm

DAY 2: June 2, 2024 | 9:30am to 5:00pm

DAY 3: June 22, 2024 | 8:00am to 5:00pm

Seminar date, time, & location are subject to change.

Please contact us with any questions.

Please contact us to discuss options and how we need to handle proper registration. 

While all three days are required and must be taken in sequence, some engaged couples have attended the first Saturday (Day 1) and/or Sunday (Day 2) and then come back to finish the seminar by attending the Sunday and/or follow-up Saturday (Day 3) in a future One In Christ session. 

For example, an engaged couple would register for a January seminar and attend the first Saturday (Day 1) and Sunday (Day 2) of the January seminar.  Then return to attend the follow up Saturday (Day 3) in the March seminar to complete the Part One Requirement.

Sign up as soon as possible as the seminar fills up quickly, and we close registration at least 2-3 weeks before the start date due to required prework.

Also, pick the earliest available seminar.  It is designed to inspire ongoing discussion and reflection for both of you as you continue to prepare for marriage.

Because preparing for your marriage is so important, you should register for a seminar which is held no later than 9-12 months before your wedding.  You need to allow enough time to complete both Part One and Part Two requirements.

For example, if your wedding is in October, you should attend the seminar in January, at the latest.

Final NOTE: Try not to take the Part One seminar near your wedding date just in case something comes up, i.e. sickness, death in the family, etc.

Part One 3-Day Seminars are limited (5-6 a year), so it’s good to schedule an earlier one so you can fall back on a later one. 

Part Two NFP is only approximately 6 hours of class time, but classes are spread over a 3-4 month timeframe.