A series of talks on marriage, family life and the roles of fathers and mothers in Catholic families were the themes for the Family Fully Alive Festival April 30 at St. Joseph Parish, Downingtown. Read full coverage of the event that drew hundreds to the Chester County parish, here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, president and CEO of Servant Enterprises, delivers the keynote address.
Mark Houck, founder and president of The King’s Men, speaks on the role of fathers as the spiritual leader in the family.
Megan Schrieber, president of AbbeyFest Ministries, speaks about Mary and women in the family.
Children were kept entertained with activities as their parents attended talks by the guest speakers.
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers delivers a powerful message about marriage April 30 at St. Joseph Parish, Downingtown.
Donna and Marty Martin enjoy the Family Fully Alive Festival April 30 at St. Joseph Parish in Downingtown. (Sarah Webb)
Parents Jamie Lynn (left) and Matt Curley attend the Family Fully Alive Festival with their daughters Malania, Sophia and Sadie.
Joe and Michelle Lenker from St. Peter Parish in West Brandywine enjoy the Family Fully Alive Festival.