The Culture Project missionaries commit to daily Mass, holy hour, and common prayer. We encourage all of our missionaries to spend their holy hour in front of the Holy Eucharist as often as possible. Here we realise our absolute dependence on the Lord, the Church, and the Sacraments for growing in virtue and enduring in our mission.
Community is part of each missionary’s commitment – living, praying, and working together. We believe in giving young adults the practical framework to grow in virtue and to develop rich, long-lasting friendships through intentional community life. Each team naturally forms its own community dynamic, developing a partnership to help one another accomplish the mission together as a family. It is from this foundation of community that our entire mission flows.
Each missionary experiences in-depth formation as part of our staff training. We believe that the total formation of the human person is key to cultural restoration – not just knowledge of the mind, but the mind integrated with a passionate heart and a motivated spirit. Thus, our entire staff of new and veteran missionaries spends two months together for intellectual, spiritual, and human formation. They receive training from experts in the arts of public speaking, personal fundraising, prayer, and topics concerning human life and sexuality.
Our missionary program equips and sends young adults out to proclaim the messages of human dignity and sexual integrity nationally and internationally. Our speakers give presentations in conventional settings such as schools, youth groups, and conferences. We are also committed to engaging culture in unconventional settings, evangelising on college campuses, bars, and local community events.
"As a missionary with The Culture Project, I have become more passionate about my call to greatness. This mission has awakened my desires to seek to live a life of virtue. Community life has been a huge blessing in calling me to the virtue of humility. I am challenged every day to go outside of myself and focus on those around me. As a result, I feel authentic not only in sharing the truth about sexual integrity and human dignity in the classroom, but I also get to be a living witness in my daily life to the call to authentic love and beauty."