To Live, To Love, To Be Born

From the Ut Vitam Habeant Foundation and the Donum Vitae Association a course to deepen the challenges of the family

“To Live, To Love, To Be Born. Family History and News” is the theme of the course promoted by the Ut Vitam Habeant Foundation in collaboration with the association Donum Vitae that will begin on Saturday, October14th.

“Living, Loving, Being Born—the promoters explain—are three verbs that accompany us as the years go by. Through this formation course, we seek meaning, ask questions, and draw on the sources of Church’s wisdom and its reflection in Jesus’ message.” The course is intended for pastoral agents in the fields of ministry to the family and life, but it is also open to spouses, parents, grandparents, teachers, educators, social and health workers, and for anyone who wants to deepen and reflect on the new challenges that the family is called to deal with today in the midst of tradition and change: sexuality, parenting, the solidity and fragility of the family, life being born, affective education, social and life ethics.”

The four-day course (14 October, 28 October, 11 November 11, and 25 November) is free and will offer the possibility—conclude the organizers—“to listen and discuss together along the way to finding shared answers to many urgent questions that surround the theme of the family.”
Registration is open until 30 September.



28 September 2017