Celebrating Humanae Vitae

Marriage is under attack. The encyclical Humanae Vitae has never been more relevant than it is today. Released in 1968 by the fearless Pope Paul VI, it was immediately controversial, even though it reaffirmed constant Church teaching. The 31 paragraphs within concern the sanctity of marriage and of human life itself, but today, many Catholics ignore this outright in favor of convenience.

What they fail to realize, as you will discover in this study, is how much happier their marriages and families would be if they simply trusted the words of Christ and his bride, the Church. Cindy Morales takes you step-by-step through all of Humanae Vitae, revealing its unappreciated beauty.

Join us on Thursday mornings at 9:30 AM from September 13-October 18. Please register with Marlene Doughman, mdoughman@saint-max.org by August 26.

Childcare is available. Email Charlotte Flanagan, cflanagan@saint-max.org to reserve your spot.

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