Archdiocese of Cincinnati Training
Complimentary THEOLOGY OF THE BODY Training
for Principals, Priests and Teachers in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati
Due to a generous benefactor, the One-Day Theology of the Body training for you and your educators is available this summer in each of the six regions of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Your entire teaching staff is invited to participate — not just your religious education staff! This helps schools beautifully respond to the call of Archbishop Schnurr to learn and to live Theology of the Body and to teach your students using the ROOTED: Theology of the Body curriculum. (The curriculum will need to be purchased by your school prior to attending this free training.)
The Archdiocese has set the dates and locations!
For your reference they are offered from 9:00AM to 3:00PM (with a lunch break) as follows:
Thursday, Aug. 1: St. James (White Oak)
Monday, Aug. 5: Piqua Catholic (Piqua)
Tuesday, Aug 6: St. Susanna (Mason)
Wednesday, Aug 7: Incarnation (Centerville)
Thursday, Aug 8: All Saints (Montgomery)
Friday, Aug 9: Guardian Angels (Cincinnati-Mt. Washington)
For convenience, one administrator/principal/eductor CAN register for your ENTIRE faculty to take part in this transformational perspective on the dignity of the human person. Just sign-up on the form below with the TOTAL number of participants who will be attending from your institution, your school name, plus which training date and location your staff will be attending, so we may have enough materials available for all.
If one or two members of your faculty need to attend a different training date than the majority, simply have each of them register separately. However, each time the registration form is used, a different email address is required in order for the system to document your registration. Attendance for each teacher will count as 2 Vocare credits. If you prefer, each educator may just sign-up individually instead as well, with their unique school contact email address.
Hearts will change — the culture will follow. Most adults and teachers who attend our training remark, “Why has no one told us this before?” The time is now.