A Find Your Greatness program last month at St. Monica Parish in Barre focused on four habits to transform lives: prayer, study, generosity and evangelization, based upon Matthew Kelly’s book, “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic.”

The first Dynamic Catholic Event in Vermont offered Vermont Catholics an opportunity to further their excitement and commitment to Catholicism and drew 150 attendees.

Diane Byrne, event coordinator, said attendees were delighted to receive gift bags that included “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic,” “Find Your Greatness Personal Plan Guide,” a prayer process card and a personal journal.

The Aug. 17 event featured keynote speaker Jonathan Fanning, a life coach dedicated to helping leaders grow their businesses and pursue excellence in every area of their lives. He has spent decades inspiring and guiding individuals through keynote speaking, workshop training and consulting and provides his audiences with a road map to the future they desire.

His topic was “Find Your Greatness: Four Habits That Will Transform Your Life.”

He is the author of “Who Are You Becoming?,” which guides people on a quest for a deeper sense of purpose, meaning and significance.

The Find your Greatness event was a coordinated effort of St. John The Evangelist Church in Northfield, St. Edward the Confessor Church in Williamstown, St. Augustine Church in Montpelier and St. Monica Church in Barre.

“It was truly a spiritually uplifting experience for all attendees as evidenced from their positive comments and from participants asking me how they can have a Dynamic Catholic Event at their parishes,” Byrne said.

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