We live in a world where the majority of the points of conflict that exist between our Catholic worldview and the secular culture concern what it means to be human and how the deep truth about our creation impacts our approach to life and love. The focus of our day will be to consider these issues in the light of Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.
Topics will include:
- Love, marriage and what it means to be human….
(Deborah Larmour; Family and Life Office Eparchy of Saskatoon)
- Religious Life: How Does it fit into the Great Mystery?
(Jonathan Lashyn, Seminarian Eparchy of Saskatoon)
- If Porn Kills Love What’s a Guy/Girl to Do?
(Fr. Deacon Cyril Kennedy, Doctoral Candidate Catholic University of America)
- Gender and Identity Matters
(Hudson Byblow, International Speaker on Theology of the Body and Identity Issues)
Games/Activities/Q&A/Discussions BYO Lunch, Snacks provided
Online participation available Registration fee $10
Registration deadline: Tuesday, June 1st by contacting Viktoriia Marko at email@example.com
Organized by the Eparchial Family Life Office and Youth and Adult Ministry Office
Generously sponsored by the Annual Eparchial Appeal
Current COVID-19 protocol will be followed