Courtship, Marriage, and Sex: The What, Where, When, and How

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Courtship, Marriage, and Sex: The What, Where, When, and How

Friday November 8, 15, 22
5:00PM - 7:00PM
Herrick Room (Dewitt 2nd Floor)
Students Only

In today's society, there is very little instruction about how to navigate the world of love and romance. In this three-week Saint Benedict Seminar, current students will be given theological and practical wisdom on courtship, marriage, and sex.

Week 1: “What is Courtship?” with Jared and Rhonda Ortiz

Week 2: “Marriage, Sex, and Theology of the Body” with Jack and Melissa Mulder

Week 3: “How We Met and How We Knew We Wanted to Get Married” with Nate and Kellie Dubravec, Josh and Julia Kraut, and Bram and Maggie TenBerge

Participants will receive FREE DINNER. Registration is required. Students Only. Sign up for all or one of the sessions.

WEEK 1 - SIGN UP HERE

WEEK 2 - SIGN UP HERE

WEEK 3 - SIGN UP HERE

The Saint Benedict Institute invites students to participate in three-week seminars about various questions and issues related to the Catholic faith. Led by Catholic professors, professionals, and priests, the purpose of these seminars is to facilitate the intellectual life of students and cultivate friendships on campus. Students meet weekly for a warm meal, a short lecture, and a long discussion in an event that feeds both body and soul.