In this course, participants will discover how theology of the body can lead you to a deeper encounter with Christ and the Trinitarian God. They will learn a new way of looking at God's original plan as connected with the sacramentality of the body and the gift of self. Participants will experience a new way of looking at the effects of sin and one's ultimate perfection in heaven and they will deepen their understanding of Catholic Church teaching on marriage and the centrality of the one-flesh union for understanding all of reality. They will also gain a new confidence in defending the moral teachings of the Catholic Church. Whether you're single or married, involved in ministry or just wanting to learn more about the Catholic faith, this workshop is for all who are interested.
Hours of Instruction: 6
Katrina J. Zeno, MTS, is the coordinator of the St. John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture for the Diocese of Phoenix, AZ, and the author of three books and over 50 articles. She has been speaking nationally and internationally on St. John Paul II's "theology of the body" for over 20 years - including Rome, Australia, Switzerland, England, Slovakia, Paraguay, Guatemala, Austria, Trinidad, and all across Canada and the US. Born and raised in San Diego, CA, Katrina received her BA in theology from Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio, and her master in theological studies from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington, DC. Katrina is an Argentine tango and salsa enthusiast; she loves hiking, table tennis, and swimming; and she is the blest mother of a married son, Michael.