Come learn about true women’s healthcare! This revolutionary fertility awareness-based approach to women’s healthcare respects the dignity of the body and soul. This seminar is designed to educate, inspire and empower all who attend. The event will feature keynote speakers, breakouts, SoulCore stretching, vendor and resource tables and more.
When: February 24, 2018, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Where: St. Thomas University, Convocation Hall, 16401 NW 37th Avenue, Miami Gardens, FL 33054
Take advantage of our Early Bird Special now through January 31, 2018. Register online today at http://conta.cc/2xJstnj.
The event will feature keynote speakers, breakout sessions, SoulCore stretching, vendor and resource tables and more. Lunch, coffee and snacks will be provided. Simultaneous Spanish translation will be available upon request.
Featured Keynote Presentations:
“Faithful and effective options to manage fertility”
Dr. Christopher Stroud, MD. is an Obstetrician/Gynocologist and Certified Medical Consultant in Creighton Model Fertility/NaProTechnology. His Practice is Fertility and Midwifery Care Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
“How quitting contraception and embracing Church teaching taught me to stop thinking my body was broken”
Haley Stewart is a writer, speaker, Catholic convert, and homeschooling mama to three living in Waco, TX with her beekeeper/farmer/chef husband Daniel. She blogs at Carrots for Michaelmas where she discusses faith, motherhood, books, culture, and simple living. She also co-hosts The Fountains of Carrots podcast and her first book with Ave Maria Press will be released in Fall of 2018.
Breakout sessions will be focused sessions on specific aspects of women’s health. Please select the one topic that is of greatest interest to you.
1. Gloria Fonts Suarez: Walking in Faith through Infertility
2. Mari Pablo: Authentic Femininity
3. Dr. Christopher Stroud, MD: Pro-life and Pro-contraception: Is there a dilemma? (geared primarliy toward medical professionals)
4. Haley Stewart: Spiritual Health for Moms: Living the Liturgical Year in Your Domestic Church