Theology of The Body For Teens
Theology of the Body(TOB) for Teens presents the two hottest topics on the planet – God and sex – and “marries” them through Pope John Paul II’s compelling vision of love and life. Theology of the Body for Teens answers the questions teens have about their own bodies, issues on sex on morality, and how they are uniquely created for greatness.
Theology of the Body for Teens answers questions such as:
- Why did God give us our sexual desires?
- What is the difference between love and lust?
- Can Christ bring healing to me if I have already “messed up”?
- How far is “too far”?
- How can teens remain pure in an oversexed culture?
TOB for Teens sessions are based upon a DVD series that contains 20 – 25 minutes of teaching per lesson presented by the authors of the program – Jason and Crystalina Evert and Brian Butler. In addition, the Our Lady of Guadalupe program facilitators will provide lively discussions, group participation, ice-breakers, and break-out sessions to make the sessions fun and enjoyable.
Cost: $20.00 –Student workbook provided which includes lesson overviews, suggested prayers, story starter activities, comprehension and discussion questions, bridging the gap material, words of wisdom, and “live it out” sections. $30 for siblings who share a workbook.
Theology of the Body for Teens has been granted Imprimatur by Justin Cardinal Rigali, Archbishop of Philadelphia.
- 2017 Summer Theology of the Body information will be shared after April 2017
Have questions OR need additional information, please contact Dean Schoppe at (863-4702).