The Body Matters Program

By |2019-08-21T16:08:16+10:00July 9th, 2019|Before School, Children (Remote Formation), Grandparents, High School, Parents, Primary School|

The Body Matters, based on St. John Paul’s life-affirming Theology of the Body (TOB), is a teaching tool intended to assist primary educators (parents) in forming their children, and to be inserted into already-existing curricula at Catholic schools and parish faith formation programs. In November 2015, TOBET’s Episcopal Advisory Board, led by Archbishop Samuel Aquila, confirmed the need to create an original, inspiring, age-appropriate TOB program. Despite common misconceptions about TOB, The Body Matters is not a “birds-and-bees” centered program. Rather, its purpose is to form children in the faith and to combat the destructive messages they absorb from the culture. While not addressing these controversial issues directly, The Body Matters program, infused with St. John Paul’s theology, will restore the dignity of the human person and form families and their children in the truths of the Catholic faith, precisely through a deeper understanding of the human BODY

CathFamily

By |2019-07-05T11:24:26+10:00July 5th, 2019|Before School, Children (Remote Formation), Grandparents, Married couples (Enrichment Formation), Parents, Primary School|

CathFamily (Making the Home the Heart of the Church) is a database of free resources including prayers, rituals, crafts, recipes, and articles for use by parents and teachers to build a Catholic culture in the home and class room. It has a strong emphasis on relationships and the Theology of the Body informs its relationship resources. The eNews (free) is issued each week and indexes the relevant items for that week according to the church season.

Dad’s, Daughters, and her Relationships with Men

By |2018-01-11T13:30:48+10:00January 17th, 2014|Articles, Children (Remote Formation), Children and Family, Marriage, Science of Relationships, Young Adults (Proximate Formation)|

How Your Dad Determines Your Adult Relationships with Men Original Article: here Psychologists traditionally focus on the mother/child relationships and mostly ignore