Learn about a holistic approach to space or achieve pregnancy that is not only effective but good women’s preventative health care.
This free seminar will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 7 at St. Peter Parish, 2835 Manor Road in West Brandywine, Chester County. The presenter will be Steven Bozza, director of the Office for Life, Family and Laity of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and an adjunct professor of biomedical ethics and moral theology at Immaculata University.
In an age when it is highly encouraged and often expected for women and men to have periodic screenings for cancer and other illnesses, the holistic approach provides women and the men who love them an opportunity to discover gynecological problems before they turn into life-threatening health issues.
Included in this seminar will be an overview of the various techniques available today.
The seminar is sponsored by St. Peter Parish’s Respect Life Committee as part of its Life, Love and Sexuality series. For more information visit the committee’s website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jo Christof at 610-942-3571.
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