Together in Holiness
Orlando, FL

about Together in Holiness

Where Spouses Discover God’s Plan for Their Family
"As the family goes, so goes the nation and so goes the whole world in which we live. Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song. The Future starts today not tomorrow." –St. John Paul II
Together in Holiness is a marriage conference series for dioceses inspiring spouses to grow together in holiness and empowering parents to form their children in the Catholic faith.
  • Powerful presentations from national and local speakers
  • Quiet time together, Mass, Reconciliation, Eucharistic Adoration
  • Practical ideas and insights for spouses and parents
To learn more about Together in Holiness, click here.
"At St. Mary Madalen Catholic Parish we believe every marriage is a great gift to the Church! We are so delighted to collaborate with the John Paul II Foundation for Life and Family as we once again host the Together in Holiness marriage conference in the Diocese of Orlando. Hundreds of couples will come together for prayer and Catholic inspiration. Come and join us"
  • Fr. Charlie Mitchell, Pastor of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Parish


  • *Early bird pricing only available until February 12.
  • Early Bird Couple: $49
  • Early Bird Individual: $29
  • Childcare (6mos-12yrs): $5/child
  • Scholarships for couples or individuals are available. Please email [email protected] for scholarship inquiries.
  • A box lunch is included for each adult registrant. Parents are responsible for packing a lunch for their child(ren) who are in childcare.

  • *General pricing begins on February 13. 
  • Couple: $59
  • Individual: $35


  • Ministry Registration: $85 (includes registration for 2 people & 1 table)
  • Vendor Registration: $150 (includes registration for 2 people & 1 table)
  • *Pre-approval for exhibitor booths is required. Please email [email protected] for more information.


10:30AM- 11:30AM
  • Conference Check-In
    • Childcare Check-In
    • Sacrament of Reconciliation (10:30 -11:30 am)
    • Exhibitor booths, available throughout conference
11:30AM- 11:45AM 
  • Opening Prayer & Words of Welcome
11:45AM- 12:30PM 
  • Prodigal Daughter
  • Leah Darrow
  • Have you ever heard the parable of the Prodigal Son? Leah shares her story of being a “prodigal daughter” as a reality TV contestant on America's Next Top Model and a professional model in New York City who thought she had it all. She tells how her father came for her when she least expected. Leah gives four inspirational lessons to help parents keep and bring their families together. Never give up on your prodigal child—he or she is counting on you
12:45PM- 2:00PM
  • Break for Lunch & Prayer
    • Sacrament of Reconciliation available, 12:45pm-2:00pm (Church)
    • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for Eucharistic Adoration, 1:00pm (Church)
    • Benediction and conclusion of Eucharistic Adoration, 1:45pm
    • Ministry & Vendor tables, available throughout the conference
2:15PM- 3:00PM


  • We Are A Living Cup of Blessing
  • Rev. Benjamin Berinti, C.PP.S., D. Min., Pastor of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
  • Imagine that each of us is a “living cup of blessing,” continuously being filled by God and poured out in service of God and neighbor.  Like the sacred cup which holds the Blood of Christ at each Eucharist, we too are anointed, filled, and emptied by God. This is particularly true for spouses, who give themselves to each other completely, even as they receive each other in love and truth, and avail themselves of God’s grace through the Sacrament of Marriage
3:15PM- 4:15PM

  • A Love That Spreads the Gospel
  • Arland K. Nichols, President, St. John Paul II Foundation
  • Have you ever seen "that family" that evangelizes without saying a word, simply through their example of love and joy? No doubt, even the happiest family is not perfect, and we must avoid unhealthy comparisons. Yet, the Church makes available to us through the closely linked Sacraments of Matrimony and of the Eucharist the grace to start - today - to enter more deeply into the joy of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. In this talk, Mr. Nichols will present these basic ideas of the Church in an accessible way, pointing to practical ways that spouses at any point in their spiritual journey can bring each other, their family, and their community closer to Jesus—growing in joy and peace along the way.
  • Transition to Mass
    • Pick up children from childcare
    • Exhibitor booth available until 5:00pm
  • Vigil Mass (Church)
    • Celebrant and Homilist: Most Rev. John Gerard Noonan, Bishop of Orlando
    • Marriage Blessing during Mass


President and Founder

Arland K. Nichols, PhD (cand.) is president and founder of the St. John Paul II Foundation. For nearly a decade Arland taught at a Catholic high school and worked at an international nonprofit. During those years he became a popular speaker, successful writer, and he established the groundwork for launching the St. John Paul II Foundation. Arland earned a BA in philosophy from Texas A&M, an MDiv in Theology from University of St. Thomas, and is completing a PhD in bioethics from Regina Apostolorum in Rome. With the generous support of his wife, Cindy, and their ten children, Arland is blessed to lead the St. John Paul II Foundation as it becomes the foremost Catholic non-profit proclaiming the Good News of life and family.


St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Parish

861 Maitland Ave.
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

For More Information Contact:
Aubrie Miller, Conference Coordinator
[email protected]





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