Mistero Grande Project is a marriage formation program in Brazil. Mistero Grande works with couples, families, parishes, and family-orientated associations so that all may discover the good that is the Domestic Church and its mission as a sacrament ordained for the building up of the ecclesial and social community (cf. CCC, 1534).
The Project aims to offer a theological, experiential and pastoral deepening of the treasure of Grace which is the Sacrament of Marriage, through organizing formation conferences, managing conjugal, family spirituality and pastoral meetings, and evangelizing activities.
Almost all the activities of the Project can be performed in one’s ecclesial contexts, using subsidies and manuals that make it possible to articulate what has been personally experienced; those who wish to offer them in their ecclesial setting are asked to adhere to the texts and activities.
Mistero Grande promotes theological research in collaboration with the John Paul II Pontifical Theological Institute in Rome, the Theological Institute, the Superior Institute of Religious Sciences of Assisi, and the Franciscan Minor Friars of the Umbria Region.