Do you think our society teaches respect for human dignity? How would you like for yourself, your children, grandchildren to have a sense of their own human dignity strong enough and deep enough to endure the toxic messages of the world? If these questions touched a chord or got you thinking then…come to
“Called to Love”
Presented by Dr. Maria Fedoryka
Monday June 25th from 6:30—8:00 p.m.
at St. Charles in McKinney Hall
God has created us out of love, both angels and human persons, and has invited us into a relationship of love with Him. But by a wonderful plan, He raised human beings to a great dignity: He fashioned us to be partners with Him in His creative work, designing our lives to be caught up in the Trinitarian love of God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Understanding this dignity equips us to be a voice for human dignity in our homes and in our communities.
Dr. Maria Fedoryka is associate professor of philosophy and Chair of the department at Ave Maria University. She works in the field of the philosophy of love, dealing with issues spanning from the centrality of love in the being of God, to its role at the center of creation, to its meaning for marriage, family, and sexuality. Among her publications are the booklet The Special Gift of Women for God, the Family and the World published by the Catholic Truth Society in England, as well as a number of popular and scholarly articles on Humanae vitae and on von Hildebrand’s philosophy of marital intimacy, and on topics relating to gender and marriage.
This is event is for single people, married people, empty nesters, parents, grandparents, teens, young adults.
Childcare will be provided for children ages 1 year through 4th grade during the talk. Please call the office or go to the Hub to reserve a spot for your children.