A 2021 OSV INNOVATION CHALLENGE FINALIST!
ONE OF THE BEST NEW CATHOLIC INNOVATIVE IDEAS IN AMERICA
NOW SCHEDULING for 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR!
HURRY, DATES ARE LIMITED (CLICK HERE FOR AVAILABLE DATES)
A fun and exciting 2nd Grade sacramental retreat put on
TESTIMONIALS for the Dragon Slayers Retreat
“This was AMAZINGLY! Impressive…Great job and Thank you!” -A dad who reports that before the retreat he believed the Eucharist was “just a symbol of Jesus” and only goes to mass “Most holidays and a few other times a year."
“I enjoyed this. I was not interested in coming but so glad I did. Would be interested in coming again and bringing my husband and Catholic friends who I know don’t attend mass often.”
-A mom who reports only going to Mass “most holidays and possibly a few other times a year.”
“Thought I had better things to do, turns out they can wait. Had a great time and feel better about myself. Very inspiring.” - a dad of a 2nd grader
“It was beyond my greatest hope. I know that several parents who had not been attending mass with their child made a lengthy confession. This retreat has truly served to give me great HOPE for the future of my grandson.” -a grandmother attending with her grandson
“The dragon slayer theme was a great way to get the children engaged…my son was apprehensive about today but he has really enjoyed the day. I also felt today was very eye-opening and helpful to get me on the right path to helping my family “know God”!”
-a mom who reports only going to mass “monthly” and before the retreat believed the Eucharist was just a symbol.
“It is inspiring to see this all work and mix together as a family event.” -a mom of a 2nd grader
“John was a great and inspiring speaker to the adults! Kristin did awesome with the children!” -a mom who reports only going to mass “monthly” and before the retreat believed the Eucharist was just a symbol.
The Dragon Slayers Virtual Retreat is
Now Available for Families and Parishes
Across the Country!
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Dragon Slayers Sacramental Retreat is provided by the non-profit organization Extraordinary Mission and has the support of Bishop Daniel Thomas of the Diocese of Toledo.