The magisterial document Humanae Vitae(literally: Of Human Life) Encyclical Letter of His Holiness Pope Paul VI on the Regulation of Birth has been considered one of the most if not the Most Controversial Teaching in the Catholic Faith and continues to be a source of dissent among Catholics. This monumental document on human life, love and sexuality, was the reason and motivation for St John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.
Why is this teaching so difficult and challenging for the Church and the world? Described by the Pope himself as the Promulgation of the Divine Law, it’s prophecies has been fulfilled in our present times. It is even argued that the teaching is not merely authoritative but infallible, i.e. irreformable. Many have chosen to disregard the teaching in HV and has paid a price, as the truth of the teaching is confirmed by the broken lives (of marriages and families) of those who reject the teaching.
Come and learn about Humanae Vitae as we explore this teaching in more detail.
Speaker: Andrew Kong,
Andrew has been giving presentations on St John Paul II’s Theology of the Body (TOB) in various Asian cities for the past several years.
A magna cum laude graduate of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome with a Licentiate in Canon Law, he also holds a Bachelor of Laws (UOL) and a Bachelor of Science (NUS) degree. Andrew also has also a certificate in the Practice & Principles in Counselling from the St Francis Xavier Major Seminary..
He is also a certification student of the Theology of the Body Institute (USA), and is a qualified facilitator of the A New Language program (on the Theology of the Body).
He is appointed The Defender of the Bond (Matrimonial) for the Archdiocesan Ecclesiastical Tribunal since February 2014.
Currently he works as a consultant and trainer. Prior to this he worked at the Archdiocesan Family Life Society as a presenter cum trainer in the Society’s education & training programs on sexuality and pro-life issues.
Cost: Love Offering
Dates / Time: 7 June 2020 / 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm
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