LIVING THE Joy of Love* is the title and theme of the inspiring presentation given by the Cor Project. It is based on Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation “Amoris Laetitia” and Pope Saint John Paul II's "Theology of the Body" lecture series. The mission of the Cor Project is "to equip men and women to learn, live, and share the beauty of the divine plan for human life, love, and sexuality in a new evangelization."
Team members presenting are Christopher West, Jason Clark, and Mike Mangione. This presentation is for everyone in God's family: clergy, single, widowed, married, divorced, young, and old--anyone who yearns for more than what our culture’s approach to happiness and fulfillment has to offer. Join us!
Christopher West personally invites you to this hope-filled presentation on God’s plan for the family seen through the lenses of St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body and Pope Francis’s Joy of Love.
- Learn what St. John Paul II called the three “infallible and indispensable” means for a fruitful marriage.
- Experience how God’s plan for marriage and family life illuminates the entire biblical story.
- Learn how to combat the distortions of family life that are becoming more and more widespread in our world today.
- Find true hope and healing for the wounds inflicting marriages and family life today.
Please see our event flier on this page to view more about the Seminar Team & about the event. You may also view the short Living the Joy of Love Trailer video with Christopher West.
Please Register by January 20, 2018. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the parish office or online. To purchase online, visit the event page on the parish website: www.holyfamilyccpsl.com/living-the-joy-of-love.html
Tickets are $25 for adults or $15 for high school and college students. A bagged lunch is included.
After Jan. 20th, please call the parish office (number listed below) or call Deacon Bob Golden (772-284-0032) to check if seating is still available. You may also check the parish website.
Attendees are also invited to Confession at 2:45 p.m. and Mass at 4:00 p.m.
*The presentation will be in English.