Dating & Courtship


“Love between man and woman cannot be built without sacrifices and self-denial.”
― Pope John Paul II, 
Love and Responsibility

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Feeling overwhelmed, isolated, unequipped -- none of us have emerged from these tough times unscathed. Hope, support, resources -- The Culture Project invites you to come together at the Restore Culture Virtual Workshops, learn how to respond and restore culture, starting with ourselves and our own local communities.


This weekend is about coming together to ask the human questions. If you are looking for answers to those question or if you're a parent, an educator, a pastor, mentor, single, married, or a parent looking for community -- this weekend is for you. 

Come to be filled, leave being equipped. We're in this together.


"A documentary that gives hope and direction

to millennials for relationship maturity and meaning."


50% of America is single. The way people seek and find love has radically changed. The trends of hanging out, hooking up, texting and social media have created a dating deficit. Dating is now...outdated. Follow 5 single people, ages 18 to 40, as they navigate this new landscape..

If your group would like to host this lively important event please contact  us at about renting The Dating Project. 

Click each box for their Novena!


LOVE and The 4 Stages of Love (Explained By Neuroscience)

Dawn Maslar

March 13, 2017

Over the last 20 years,

researchers have discovered four distinct biological stages that make up what we refer to as love. These stages are often called different things, but here, we are going to refer to them as attraction, dating, falling in love, and true love. Let's look at each in more detail.

Moving through the Clouds of Discernment

Allison DeBoer

July 31, 2020

Entering the discernment process with goals of loving God, ourselves, and those around us while doing what we can to carry out our daily tasks faithfully can be a good place to start when considering any big decision. Check out her practical tips for Discerning God's will for your life! 

Asking a Father for the hand of his daughter

by:Jeff Cavin

September 11, 2020

Asking a father for the hand of his daughter is a sign of tremendous respect. I encourage you to take this moment seriously and put yourself in the father’s shoes as you approach this exciting moment in your life!  In the Bible, we see a tradition of asking a father for the hand for his daughter. In ancient Israel, families were very much involved in the betrothal process of their children. We see this reflected in Isaac’s and Jacob’s stories:

Isaac & Rebecca- Genesis 24:12-21, 61-67

Jacob & Rachel – Genesis 29

I encourage you to ask for the father’s blessing because the blessing of a father is powerful and will fill your life with the abundance of the Lord. Here are seven things to keep mind when you ask a father for the hand of his daughter so you can ace it! I invite you to review these things every year on your anniversary to hold yourself accountable.

Click below to check out Jeff's 7 Tips to consider before you ask her father!

The Economics of Sex

The Austin Institute

February 14, 2014

This Research Animate pulls together some of the key sexual economics arguments made by social scientists, including Roy Baumeister, Kathleen Vohs, Timothy Reichert, Mark Regnerus, and George Akerlof.

Essential to the mission of the Austin Institute is the dissemination of both thought-provoking and rigorous academic research on family, sexuality, social structures and human relationships. In order to engage a wider audience, we are developing select research projects into a medium amenable to our digital age.

5 Questions That Will Help You Avoid a Dead-End Relationship

by Maggie Niemiec

June 30, 2015

I’ve been in my fair share of relationships. Relationships that, for one reason or another, are now over. And while my relationships have ended for a number of reasons, when it comes time for parting words there is one send-off I dread more than any—the all-too-common “I’m not ready for a relationship” breakup speech.

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