Have you ever wondered what the Church had to say about human sexuality, our bodies, and our relationship with the opposite sex? If so, then you should attend this half day introduction to John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.
Theology of the Body: An Introduction
Saturday, April 22nd (10am-2pm)
@ Weston School of Theology Tyler Reading Room, Burnham Hall 99 Brattle Street Cambridge, MA
Speakers include: Steve & Kari Colella of Archdiocese Youth Ministry and Married Life Office Chris Collins, SJ & Peter Nguyen, SJ
Second half of the agenda is dedicated to small group discussions, with a purpose on how to apply these principles to our daily lives. Material provided by Women Affirming Life and designed by Dr. Mary Ann Shivanandan.
This is a free event and all are welcome. A *light* lunch will be provided. To pre-register email us at email@example.com or to learn more visit us at: www.tobboston.org
Have you ever thought that the Church did not have much to say about sex, sexuality and God’s divine plan? Well, Pope John Paul II didn’t think so.
He spent 129 Wednesday audiences speaking to the public about this very subject. His thoughts were compiled into one text that he called “Theology of the Body.” This ½ day seminar is an introduction to John Paul II’s wisdom and tremendous insight on what it means to be “man” and “woman,” our bodies, and the union between male and female. We hope you can join us!
While the poor slobs are soaking themselves in what's coming out of the Chancery - the authentic Church moves forward outside of the Temple.