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Dynamic presentations for middle & high schoolers, and young adults.

As recent college grads formed in Catholic Social Teaching, our missionaries give dynamic presentations on the inherent dignity of humanity, the benefits of sexual integrity, and healthy living in an online age.

Dynamic presentations for middle & high schoolers, and young adults.

As recent college grads formed in Catholic Social Teaching, our missionaries give dynamic presentations on the inherent dignity of humanity, the benefits of sexual integrity, and healthy living in an online age.

About Our Talks

10 Types of Presentations

About Our Talks

10 Types of Presentations

Human Dignity

What is it about human beings that sets us apart from everything else in creation?

Middle School 7-8th grade; High School 9-12th grade


About this presentation
Through storytelling, real-life examples, and scientific evidence, we discuss the splendor of the human person as both body and soul, and define human dignity as the unique value inherent to each of us simply because we exist. We celebrate the magnificence of human life with stunning images, state-of-the-art footage, and fascinating facts. There are no explicit images in this presentation.

Sexual Integrity

Why does satisfying our lusts still leave us feeling empty inside?

Middle School 7-8th grade; High School 9-12th grade


About this presentation
In this presentation, we introduce the benefits of a life of virtue—particularly, the virtue of chastity. More than an old-world list of rules and restraints, we illuminate the freedom a lifestyle of chastity brings. We address the deeper meaning of sex, the purpose of sexual desire, and our sexual identity as male and female. We share practical tips about how to channel our natural desires towards authentic love.

* Due to the nature of this talk, we ask that men and women be separated.


Social Media

How does social media affect our lives?

Middle School 7-8th grade; High School 9-12th grade


About this presentation
We engage students in a dialogue about how using social media can affect personal happiness, relationships, and the type of person we ultimately become. We discuss the positive uses of social media and how to avoid some of its biggest downfalls. Through the use of personal stories and cultural examples, we invite students to consider their own social media usage and how they can utilize it as a force for good.

Pro-Life Apologetics On Abortion

How can I convey the unborn’s intrinsic value?

Middle School 7-8th grade; High School 9-12th grade


About this presentation
Following our talk on human dignity, this presentation prepares students to champion life in all situations, especially defending the rights of the preborn threatened by abortion. We provide core apologetics to convey the unborn’s intrinsic value. Our goal is to equip you with not just words but a tangible vision for societal impact. Through proactive steps, impactful dialogue, and compassionate engagement, you can significantly protect life. Be an advocate, amplify your voice, and enact lasting change by loving those before you. There are no explicit images in this presentation.

Lunch Visits

Middle School 7-8th grade; High School 9-12th grade


About Lunch Visits
As part of our ongoing commitment to cultural transformation, we're excited to offer a unique opportunity during lunch periods. After your students have received our presentations, invite the missionaries to lunch (and recess if applicable). This allows students to interact with CP missionaries in a familiar and relaxed setting, enriching their understanding of human dignity, the role of sexual integrity, and navigating life in a digital world. It's a chance to ask questions, share thoughts, and learn from real-world experiences, all while enjoying their lunch.

Q&A Sessions

Middle School 7-8th grade; High School 9-12th grade


About this presentation
During a whole class period, students can prepare questions anonymously for a Q&A session with Culture Project missionaries. This approach facilitates deeper engagement with the topics discussed in the presentations, which include the dignity of humanity, sexual integrity, and responsible social media use. These sessions are invaluable in a classroom setting, especially when time constraints limit immediate post-presentation discussions. Moreover, these interactions are part of a broader framework where missionaries actively engage with students throughout the year, complemented by an online community that further supports learning and discussion.

Parent & Guardian Talk

Helping parents guide their children through our three main presentations

Parents, Grandparents, or Guardians of youth


About this presentation
Parents, as primary educators, greatly influence their teens on human sexuality and dignity. Our presentation helps bridge cultural influences with parental values, empowering parents to guide their children towards virtue. We offer overviews on sexual integrity, human dignity, and the impact of social media. Knowing our teachings, parents can extend these discussions at home. We trust in youths' desire for true love, and with the right conversations and examples, parents can shape their teens' views and decisions.

Discovering The Human Person

Have you ever experienced such strong desires for love, belonging, and fulfillment that it almost aches?

College or Young Adult


About this presentation
In this talk, we share with college students our own journey as young people growing up in the aftermath of the sexual revolution: we have experienced the darkening effect of sin and the breakdown of the family. Because of our wounds and yet enduring desires for love, we have grasped for love, intimacy, and relationship but have been burned. Through our witness and the heroic story of St. Pope John Paul II, this talk journeys through the healing that is possible with Christ: we are not defined by our weaknesses, successes and failures... and the love we desire is really the love we are made for. There is more to the human story than what the culture offers us.

Dating Talk

What does a healthy and virtuous dating life look like?

College or Young Adult


About this presentation
Many young adults today desire to date but few know how or where to begin. With hooking up reigning as the dominant social script in dating culture, we share our own stories about how we tried what the culture has to offer and were left wanting more. We get real about the genuine challenges young people face when pursuing dating relationships such as communicating physical and emotional boundaries, cohabitation, and setting standards. We will talk about how, with virtue, we can change the tide and make bold and virtuous choices in our lives in the way that we pursue relationships of authentic love.

Living for Great Love

What is the deeper meaning behind chastity, sex, and our identities as male and female?

College or Young Adult


About this presentation
Here, we open up the world of beauty found in a life of virtue, particularly, the virtue of chastity. We dissolve the old-world confusion about chastity as a “restraining” list of rules and illuminate the freedom found in it. By getting honest about the genuine struggles we experience as young men and women looking for love and happiness, we address the deeper meaning of sex, the purpose of our sexual desire, and our sexual identity as male and female. We share practical tips about how to channel our natural desires toward authentic love. Ultimately, we believe in the power we possess as men and women to make bold and virtuous choices about our relationships, and so lead a life of greatness.

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