A Catholic Marriage-Building Innovation Roundtable

376-risti_6_b.jpgFriday, April 19, 2013 ~ 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Ayres Suites Hotel (near Ontario Airport)
1945 East Holt Blvd. * Ontario, CA * 91761 *

(800) 248-4661
Many of the challenges that our Church – and our society – are facing today would be positively impacted if the marriages and families in our Church were healthy, strong, and vibrant. Today, perhaps more than ever, the Church needs to have a comprehensive strategy for supporting and invigorating marriages and families.
In this unique setting designed to overcome some of the common obstacles to innovative thinking and problem solving, new ideas will be infused into existing efforts, challenging us to create plans that will be effective in our unique church environment. Some of the best and most effective mod-els of marriage education and ministry will be explored.

Facilitators for the day will be Lorrie Gramer, President of the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers, along with Bill Coffin. who are both Senior Consultants tor Marriage-Building California.
Registration is free, but ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS A MUST. http://bit.ly/Wflhlg
A complete schedule will be available here in March.
Lunch will be included.
A limited number of travel/accommodation vouchers are available. Please contact us to request one.

You are also invited and encouraged to take advantage of the following day’s trainings for Fully Engaged: a new Catholic Pre-marital Inventory and the Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide, two of the best Catholic efforts in their field. Chris Codden and Rose Sweet will be the trainers and this event is being hosted by the Diocese of San Bernardino.

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