"Educating for Freedom" - Human Sexuality Outcomes and Religion Resource
Passing on the wisdom of the Church in the area of human sexuality is not an easy task for today's teacher. While it is often perceived as a list of rules that restrict our freedom, the heart of the Church's teaching is to free the human person to love in a way that gives life. Recent cultural developments on questions of sexuality and gender identity have further complicated this process. It looks, at least to some, that even if there is good news in Church teaching, it isn't for them. Is it possible to minister to all of our students and present the Church's teaching as genuinely good news? And if so, how do we do it?

Friday, March 1st, 2019 Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Parish (505 Watt Street, Winnipeg)

FIRST SESSION FOR Grade 5-8 Teachers
• Presentation from 8:30am-10:30am
• 10-minute break
• Q&A – 10:40am – 11:40am

Lunch from 11:45am-12: 15 pm (if you are attending both sessions please indicate below and lunch will be provided for $10/person- school will be invoiced)

SECOND SESSION FOR Grade 9-12 Teachers
• Presentation from 12:20pm-2:20pm
• 10-minute break
• Q&A – 2:30pm-3:30pm

Presented by Dr. Brett Salkeld
Dr. Salkeld is the Archdiocesan Theologian for the Archdiocese of Regina and director of academic formation in their permanent diaconate program. He is the author of several books, including How Far Can We Go? A Catholic Guide to Sex and Dating (with Leah Perrault) and is currently working on a book for Catholic teachers. Brett has an education degree and has worked in the formation of Catholic teachers across Canada. He is also co-host of the Catholic podcast Thinking Faith! (with Eric Gurash).
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