The Dating Project is a thought-provoking, award-winning documentary on "hookup culture" that not only provokes debate but also urges singles to take action. The video follows five young adult college students from across the country who are assigned an unusual extra-credit assignment: Take a date.
The seminar is taught by Kerry Cronin, a philosophy professor at Boston College who is Catholic and believes that dating has been supplanted by "hooking up" and "hanging out," rendering the ancient days of "courtship" outdated.
A Guide to the Dating Project is available for both group and individual study from Ascension. This guide, authored by Jason Evert and other notable Catholic authors, is intended to accompany the film and stimulate potentially life-changing ideas and conversation. It includes study questions and essays about dating and discernment, as well as the film's "Dating Assignment."
The Guide to the Dating Project was prepared by Jason and Crystalina Evert to assist parents, youth ministers, and others in starting and guiding crucial discussions around this remarkable film.
The study guide includes thought-provoking, conversation-starting study questions, as well as the film's popular "dating assignment."
It also features dating-related articles by Catholic professionals such as Jackie and Bobby Angel, Fr. Mike Schmitz, and others.
The Dating Project Guide can be purchased separately or as part of a package that includes the film's DVD!