You Catholic Catechist Certification

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Ascension Press says
St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body is changing lives
around the world through its positive portrayal of human
sexuality as a good and essential part of love and life.
Theology of the Body for Teens brings this exciting teaching
into a practical format that teens and preteens will enjoy and
understand. Join us for this timely and important training
where you will be introduced to the Theology of the Body as
it specifically relates to teens.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Principals, teachers, priests, DRE’s, catechists, deacons, youth
ministers, campus ministers, parents, and anyone who works with preteens (sixth to eighth grades) and teens (ninth to twelfth grades).

THEOLOGY OF THE BODY FOR TEENS
ANSWERS QUESTIONS SUCH AS:
• Who am I?
• What is the purpose of the Theology of the Body?
• What is the difference between love and lust?
• What if I’ve already “messed up”?
• How can I discover my vocation?
• How can I remain pure in our oversexed culture?
... and many more.

ABOUT BRIAN BUTLER
Brian Butler is co-author of the new study, YOU: Life, Love, & the Theology of the Body, Theology of the Body for Teens High
School, and Middle School Edition and a presenter on the award winning Chosen: Journey Toward Confirmation. He is the
co-founder and executive director of Dumb Ox Ministries, a non-profit organization dedicated to chastity and vocation
formation for teens, preteens, and young adults. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s
degree in theology from Notre Dame Seminary School of Theology. He and his wife, Lisa, reside in Covington, Louisiana,
with their children.

Join Brian Butler for a
certification in the exciting
Theology of the Body for Teens
Immersion Training.
Learn how this new program,
based on the revolutionary
teachings of St. John Paul II,
can provide your preteens and
teens with the knowledge and
understanding they desire
concerning the meaning and
purpose of human sexuality.
Discover how the language
of the Theology of the Body
can help your teens embrace
the timeless teachings of the
Church.

CONTACT:
Archdiocese of New Orleans
Debbie Shinskie, Director of the Respect Life Office
Phone: (504) 400-4824 • e-mail: respectlife@arch-no.org
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By: Ascension Press

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