This two-day seminar aims to inspire and give you encouragement to live the Catholic faith today. These ideas will energise you to start processes of change which will bear fruit in your life and in society at large.

During the seminar, there will be time to learn more about activities and projects in which members and Cooperators of Opus Dei are involved. These activities aim to serve society. They find their inspiration in Christian values.

SPEAKERS

Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., researches and writes about marriage and religious liberty as the William E. Simon Fellow in American Principles and Public Policy at the Heritage Foundation.

Anderson is also the founder and editor of Public Discourse, the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute, Princeton, New Jersey.
He is the author of Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom, the first book-length response to the US Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling on marriage. He is also the co-author with Princeton’s Robert P George and Sherif Girgis of the acclaimed book What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense.

Anderson is also the founder and editor of Public Discourse, the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute, Princeton, New Jersey.
He is the author of Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom, the first book-length response to the US Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling on marriage. He is also the co-author with Princeton’s Robert P George and Sherif Girgis of the acclaimed book What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense.

Fr. Pat Gorevan, Ph.D., is a priest of the Opus Dei Prelature with extensive pastoral experience.
He has lectured in anthropology and ethics at Maynooth University and presently lectures in philosophy at St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth. He is Academic Tutor at Maryvale Institute.
He has written on emotional theory and on phenomenology in The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, Acta Philosophica, etc.
He has also contributed to New Blackfriars on liturgical issues and has a translation of Aquinas’ prologues to Aristotle in preparation.