Full Endorsement of Archbishop Aquila:
Paths to holiness are personal and call for a genuine 'training in holiness'... distinguished above all in the art of prayer ...It is therefore essential that education in prayer should become in some way a key-point of all pastoral planning. -Pope St. John Paul II, Novo Millenio Ineunte
"Perhaps now more than ever, there is an urgent need for evangelization, especially of the youth. Souls of the Christian Apostolate (SOCA) responds to the need of forming the next generation of Catholic lay apostles with intentional formation in daily interior prayer rooted in the Church's spiritual tradition with practical discipleship, accountability in prayer, and with solidly Catholic doctrine and piety. This all replenishes souls' thirst for an eternally compelling and mystically elevating faith which the modem world has cast away. SOCA is unique in its blend of zeal, authentically Catholic mysticism, and practicality, to form the next generation of Catholic lay apostles and Catholic leaders.
All are called to holiness, which is the source of fruitful apostolic activity; the fire of faith in the eyes of these young men and women will set the world ablaze and revitalize vocations—married and religious. I endorse SOCA's budding mission as crucial for the Church; for the youth, for families, for parishes, and for society. We are blessed by SOCA's presence in the Archdiocese of Denver and at Auraria, Colorado's largest university campus."
+Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, Archbishop of Denver
Fr. Dan Nolan (FSSP):
"If I could invest in Kevin (SOCA) I would."
Fr. Mason Fraley:
“In my opinion, every crisis within the Church today is really just one or another variation of the same fundamental theme: bad prayer, or a lack of it altogether. Catholics have been set adrift in the current cultural deluge, and therefore have trouble accessing the limitless grace of God by navigating the art and habit of praying fruitfully. Kevin’s mission: driving the foundations of the spiritual life into the bedrock of the traditional Roman spirituality which has stood the tests of time and nurtured the least and greatest saints, is therefore a most vital one. I am personally honored to support him in his great work, and I am certain that anyone else who does so will merit much grace both for themselves and the Church, and doubtless will bring much pleasure to Almighty God.”