Jan 172014
 

Headshot Steve Wood, Speaker, Author, Founder St. Joseph's Covenant KeepersEngaged? Just Married? Been at it awhile? What have you gotten yourself into?

Don’t miss this free talk!
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2 PM Sunday, March 16th, 2014
Christian Brothers College High School

Steve will give you a glimpse of the great adventure of family life according to the mind of the Church. If you already know Steve Wood, you know his practical, down-to-earth analysis and advice is the best out there for Catholics. If not, you have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Come find out.

Responding to a challenge from Pope John Paul II to strengthen families, speaker and author Steve Wood has dedicated his life’s work to the family and especially to fatherhood. Steve is the founder of St. Joseph’s Covenant Keepers, a men’s movement that seeks to transform society through the transformation of fathers and families. Additionally, Steve is the host of Faith and Family Radio, a weekly radio program covering relevant topics to the Catholic faith and family life issues, the author of several books including Christian Fatherhood, Legacy, The ABC’s of Choosing a Good Husband and The ABC’s of Choosing a Good Wife. Steve and his wife Karen have been married for 35 years and are the parents of eight children and the grandparents of six grandchildren.

Join us at Christian Brothers College High School, on North Outer 40 about a mile east of Mason Road (map), 2 PM Sunday, March 16th in Ross Hall. For more information, call (636) 532-3708. RSVP Greatly Appreciated. Click Here.

This presentation by Mr. Wood is made possible by a grant from The St. Charles Group Foundation.

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