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NEW APPROACHES TO TEACHING

ON HUMAN SEXUALITY

A ONE DAY SEMINAR

BY CATHOLIC EDUCATORS

FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATORS

THE BODY AND IT ALONE MAKES VISIBLE

THE INVISIBLE, THE SPIRITUAL AND THE DIVINE.

John Paul II, Theology of the Body

Be inspired by new ways to present Catholic teaching to young people

Rediscover Catholic teaching on the human person and the vision of education it inspires

Network with other Catholic teachers, educators, and catechists

Discover fresh curriculum resources

Prepare for teaching new GCSE’s and A-Level’s

This seminar is an opportunity for educators to receive rich teaching from leading experts in academia and classroom practice on how to approach even the most challenging topics of our day.

Key questions addressed in the day:

  • What do our bodies reveal about who we are and who God is?
  • Why is the Catholic vision of the human person so significant for work with young people?
  • How does the vision of the human person laid out in Theology of the Body change the way I teach RE/SRE/PSHE?

This seminar will help equip educators to approach difficult questions such as same-sex marriage and transgenderism. It will offer practical resources and experienced sharing about how to communicate a holistic understanding of what it means to be human.

Principle lecturer: William Newton, British lecturer in Theology and professor at Franciscan University.

St Patrick’s Church Conference Centre, 21a Soho Square, London, W1D4NR

Begins 19th April

8:30am – 8:45am Registration

9:00am Seminar begins

Ends 19th April

5:15pm conference ends

5:15-6:15:

  • Refreshments (for those staying for Keynote)
  • Networking opportunities
  • Confessions available

6:15 Keynote address

Registration Rate at £62  (Fully refundable before 7 April.)

Concession Rate for students and seminarians: £32

Registration closes on 7 April

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