INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: MAY 18-20 2007
MAN AND WOMAN HE CREATED THEM
(JOHN PAUL II’s THEOLOGY OF THE BODY)
What is the dignity of the human person?
What is the true meaning of human sexuality, human love and divine love?
How does the human body reveal the inner life of the Trinity?
Why is the flesh instrumental in the salvation of humanity?
What do masculinity and femininity teach us about ourselves and about God?
From May 18-20, 2007, scholars, writers, and catechists from around the world will gather at a beautifully restored fourteenth century Carthusian monastery in Gaming, Austria to explore those questions and many more. Featuring internationally renowned speakers Dr. Michael Waldstein, Dr. Josef Seifert, Mr. Christopher West, and Dr. Mary Shivanandan, Man and Woman He Created Them: An International Symposium on John Paul II's Theology of the Body aims to deepen the Church's understanding of John Paul's Theology of the Body and give European Catholics the tools they need to spread these powerful teachings across the continent.
Designed for scholars and students, religious and laity, Europeans and Americans, this symposium promises to be a gathering like no other. We hope you can join us for this landmark event.
For more information and registration see: www.jp2tob.com