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Theology of the Body: Decoding love

08-11-2017

General

Jason Evert and Christopher West, two of the world’s foremost Theology of the Body experts and enthusiasts, will give 7 sessions in Montreal. Come join us to discover and embrace God’s call to greatness in our lives!

Saint John Paul II's Theology of the Body is far more than a teaching on marriage and sexuality. It's a way of setting the world on fire in a new evangelization. It demonstrates that Theology of the Body not only teaches the meaning of sexual love, but also provides a compelling way to present the Gospel message to the modern world.

The speakers

Jason Evert

Jason Evert has traveled to six continents to bring the message of chastity to more than one million people over the past 15 years, including World Youth Days in Australia, Spain, and Poland. Jason earned a master's degree in Theology, and undergraduate degrees in Counseling and Theology, with a minor in Philosophy at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

He is a best-selling author of more than ten books, including Saint John Paul the Great, How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul, and the curriculum YOU: Life, Love, and the Theology of the Body.

Christopher West

Christopher West is a renowned educator, best-selling author, cultural commentator, and popular theologian who specializes in making the dense scholarship of the Saint John Paul II's "Theology of the Body" accessible to a wide audience. As Founder of The Cor Project, he leads a global outreach devoted to cultural renewal through a dynamic and fresh proclamation of the Gospel. The graduate courses he teaches at the Theology of the Body Institute attract students from around the world.

Come join us to discover and embrace God's call to greatness in our lives!

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