Graduates of the three (3) days ME Weekend Seminar feels that three (3) days are not enough. Considering the very hectic schedules and long hours for each day of the ME Weekend Seminar, many feel that the number of days must be extended.
Then why a One Day Tuklasan Seminar? Would it be effective as 3 days Seminar? Could the entire ME Program be compressed into a One Day Seminar? Will we not be producing half-baked encountered couples with this program? Of course, there are different views to this One Day Seminar, which invites arguments.
One-Day Tuklasan was designed as an outreach program of the apostolate. It might not have the full impact of a 3 day ME Weekend, but definitely, it opens the door for the underprivileged to partake in the ME banquet of the Lord. t is sharing the blessings of the Marriage Encounter to couples who might not be privileged enough in terms of time and resources to participate in a 3 days full length ME Weekend Seminar. Experience has proven hoe the ME apostolate worked on the lives of participants of the One Day Tuklasan.
The program is intended for mission areas where the blessings of the Marriage Encounter Apostolate are extended. It is one of the tools provided by the lord to reach the less privileged Sector of Society. It is extending our arms to our brothers and sisters out there to share the graces of our own ME experience. It is a starter dose, which will touch their lives. A dose of spirituality which when properly nurtured and cultured will bear the desired fruits of empowered marital relationships.
All series of Tuklasan are encouraged to hold One Day Tuklasan. The responsibility of the Series does not end in holding the One Day Seminar for it is just the start. The Series is expected to guide and look after the candidates of the One Day Tuklasan and assimilate them in their respective communities. The program is not intended to be a one shot deal but a perpetual deal on stewardship. The blessings of God are intended for all. Let those who have less in life have more in love
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