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ROOTED: The world’s first, complete K-12 Theology of the Body (TOB) Supplemental Curriculum is HERE!


Is it important for our children to understand what it means to be an unrepeatable human person made male and female in God’s image?

A timely answer to an urgent prayer in your school, parish or community. This is a cultural game-changer.


Grade K-8 Webinar • WED March 27, 2019 • 53-Minutes
with Laura Strietmann and DJ Hueneman » CLICK TO VIEW RECORDING

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  • The methodology of the ROOTED Curriculum. Why story-based?
  • The beauty of the teaching – lifelong impact.
  • When to teach these supplemental lessons.
  • The Original Experiences. Putting yourself into salvation history timeline.
  • The Junior High Commonplace book. A look inside.
  • Overview of the featured TOB themes to be discovered and explored.
  • 15-minute Q & A follows our 30-minute presentation.



Grade 9-12 Webinar • THUR March 14, 2019 • 45-Minutes
with Emily Macke and Steve Deiters »

  • Why Theology of the Body?
  • How these lessons are the authenticity your students crave.
  • The experience of teaching this in high school.
  • Creating and customizing classes.
  • How “Called To Be More” follows the USCCB framework beautifully.
  • Preview our online materials and methods (how to invite Teachers & Students).
  • 15-minute Q & A follows our 30-minute presentation.

CLICK to view our previously recorded ROOTED: K-12 Theology of the Body Curriculum 50-minute Introductory Webinar from Jan. 15, 2019.


Just one advocate could be the impetus necessary to establish beautiful TOB teachings into your community’s classrooms. Imagine the harvest, when young minds and hearts are invited to discover the truth and beauty of their given identity within God’s plan and purpose “ROOTED” in authentic love and relationships. Are you the one?


The human being is single, unique and unrepeatable, someone thought of and chosen from eternity, someone called and identified by name.” — Pope St. John Paul II