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Our goal as Catholic Christians is to have a living, committed faith. We are called to make Jesus Christ known and loved and to serve others. Our faith doesn’t stop growing when we are confirmed. It continues our whole life time. Church of the Epiphany offers numerous opportunities for you.
Dear Parents of 6th and 7th Graders,
Our children will face many new moral challenges over the next few years. We realize that parents need support for helping their children navigate these challenges and equipping them to recognize and strive for authentic love. To help, we are offering the Mother/Daughter and Father/Son LoveEd Seminars for parents with children in grades 6 and 7 on Wednesday, January 27 from 6-7:45 p.m.
There is no charge to you, but a free-will offering will be accepted to cover materials and optional, helpful resources will be for sale at the price of $15-$30. We will practice social distancing.
The seminar will last about 2 hours and will include:
The content will include:
Registration will be on-line only. Please register by January 22 at https://forms.gle/fWLowDFPzq5Eb5yX9
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at email@example.com or 763-862-4336.
*Experience shows that this dialogue works out better when the parent who communicates the biological, emotional, moral and spiritual information is of the same sex as the child or young person. Being aware of the role, emotions and problems of their own sex, mothers have a special bond with their daughters, and fathers with their sons. This natural bond should be respected. Therefore, parents who are alone will have to act with great sensitivity when speaking with a child of the opposite sex, and they may choose to entrust communicating the most intimate details to a trustworthy person of the same sex as the child.” (The Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality, 67)
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