YCP Spiritual Guide Form

    The Spiritual Direction Program is designed to give YCP members the chance to meet with a trained and experienced director to reflect on how God is present in their life and how He may be calling him or her into deeper relationship. Expectations: · Have formal training in spiritual direction and at least 5 years of experience. · Commit to meeting every 1-2 months with directees over the course of one year. · Assist the directee to share personal and relational struggles in context of faith and discernment. · Recommend prayer, scripture, spiritual practices, or supplemental reading. · Thoughtful preparation for each session in accordance with the needs and characteristics of the directee. If you would like to join our team of spiritual directors and help lead the next generation of Catholic professionals, please fill out the form. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Christina Shabo at Christina.Shabo@YCPDetroit.org or 248-825-2574 with any questions or concerns you have.
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    Proclamation of Church Teaching

    YCP's mission is to challenge, train, and inspire young adults in their 20's and 30's working in various professions to "Work in Witness for Christ". To maintain this vital Catholic mission that has been entrusted to us, we ask all YCP leaders to proudly proclaim Church Teaching! Those who speak on behalf of and/or publicly represent Young Catholic Professionals are asked to indicate their commitment to the following tenets of Church Teaching: 1) The Holy Eucharist is the real Presence of Jesus Christ. 2) Contraception: God designed conjugal love between a husband and wife as the complete gift of self; God’s plan for married love excludes the use of contraceptives. 3) Sanctity of Human Life: All human life is sacred from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death. 4) Papal Infallibility: As the successor of Saint Peter, the Pope possesses the charism of infallibility in regards to matters of faith and morals. 5) Premarital Sex: God has given the gift of intercourse exclusively for men and women as a fruit of the bond of Holy Matrimony. 6) Immaculate Conception: From the moment of her conception, the Blessed Virgin Mary was preserved from original sin. 7) Holy Orders: Only a baptized man can validly receive sacred ordination
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