2018 Annual Life Symposium – Nā Mo’olelo Ola: Living Stories
Each person has many unique and personal stories to share. Sometimes stories are tragic and heartbreaking: Suicide of a family member, a close friend or relative. A young life abducted into slavery, human trafficking or addiction. An elderly parent whose family is in conflict over decisions to sustain or withdraw life support. An individual or family that are added to the list of thousands who are homeless.
This symposium addresses the educational component of the USCCB Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities and will address serious issues as we look through the lens of Holy Scripture, Church teaching, and personal (life stories) testimonies.
This symposium is suggested for parents, grandparents, educators, clergy and religious, youth and young adults, ministry leaders, medical professionals, and adult laity because each of us are called to a continuing commitment to preserve the sanctity of life.
To register, go online to: http://catholichawaii.org/diocesan-offices/respect-life/education/ or call the Respect Life Office at 203-6722.
Registration deadline: July 31
Registration fee: $25. Scholarships are available.