A Day of Formation
A Day of Formation
Church of the Incarnation, Mantua, New Jersey (Parish of the Diocese of Camden)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Catechists, principals, teachers, priests, DRE’s, deacons, youth
ministers, campus ministers, and anyone who works with young
people ages seventh to twelfth grade with confirmation preparation.
Those who have Chosen and those who are interested in starting
the Chosen program are welcome!
Chosen is designed to offer teens a life-changing
experience as they journey through their Catholic
faith in all its richness and vitality. This special day of
formation offers leaders valuable insight and tools to
confidently— and inspirationally—teach the program.
Thursday, May 26, 2016
6 pm-9 pm | Check-in from 5:30 pm
Church of the Incarnation
240 Main Street, Mantua NJ 08051
• Learn how to speak the language of today’s teens.
Formation, Education and
Inspiration for Leaders
25 Registration includes refreshments and training materials.
Note: If you already have your Chosen Leader’s Guide, please bring
it with you. The Leader’s Guide is required for the training. Chosen
Leader’s Guides will be available for sale on-site as well.
Credit Card payment is preferred. Parishes can send checks to
Ascension Press, please provide the name of the attendee on the
• Discover how the Chosen program follows a timetested and powerful process of conversion.
• Learn how to motivate your teens to commit to a
life of discipleship.
For training questions, contact:
Tara Cabral, Chosen Training Coordinator, Ascension Press
Phone: 317-603-6199 | Email: [email protected]
The presentation covers
both editions of Chosen,
the Confirmation edition and
the faith-formation edition.
For registration questions, contact:
Jillian Minnich, Registration Coordinator
Phone: 484-441-3429 | Email: [email protected]
About Allen Austin
Allen Austin converted to Catholicism in college earning a bachelor degree at the University of Central Florida.
Since his “yes” to God, life has been quite an adventure, challenging him in unexpected ways, introducing him
to a love for mission work, and putting many amazing people in his life, especially his wife. Two parishes, and
fourteen years later, Allen’s passion for the faith led him to Ascension in January, 2015. He now lives in the
Philadelphia area with his wife Meghan, and son Noah and is excited to be working in a new position, Content
Project Manager at Ascension Press. .