[Blueboard] Via Vitae: Reflections on the Stations of Life Exibit

Donna C. Roslin droslin at ateneo.edu
Wed Jul 17 08:30:47 PHT 2013


The Department of Theology of the School of Humanities invites everyone to

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*“Via Vitae: Reflections on the Stations of Life Exibit”*

The exhibit  highlights the seven interactive stations that are based  on
Biblical accounts that portray the significance of family, bringing
insights on how it impacts present Filipino society and our own Catholic
faith.

*SEVEN INTERACTIVE STATIONS***

 Station 1: CREATION

Station 2: DESIRE TO LIVE

Station 3: MOTHERHOOD

Station 4: FATHERHOOD

Station 5: JESUS CHRIST THE NEW ADAM

Station 6: MARITAL EMBRACE

Station 7: CALL TO ACTION IN OUR FAITH JOURNEY

The “Via Vitae” exhibit was produced by the Responsible Parenthood and All
Natural Family Planning Network under the leadership of Archbishop Antonio
Ledesma, S.J., and the Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro, Assisi Development
Foundation, Bishop Businessmen’s Conference, Caritas Manila, Catholic
Women’s League, Diocese of Cubao, Diocese of Novaliches, Foundation of the
Fullness of Creation, IRHPHI Foundation, Inc., John J. Carroll Institute of
Church and Social Issues, National Sandigan Foundation, Sta. Maria Della
Strada Parish.


This exhibit was first shown  at the Pope Pius XII Center, Manila during
the meeting of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, July
4-8. It is now at Mary Help of Christians National Shrine, Paranaque. After
the Ateneo, it will be shown at San Pedro Bautista Parish in San Francisco
del Monte. The following are also interested in presenting it: De la Salle
Zobel, St. Scholastica, College of the Holy Spirit, Loyola House of
Studies, UST Conference on Evangelization, and Novaliches Family Commission
Meeting.


“Via Vitae” will run from July 18 to 23, 2013 at the SS Foyer Lobby, G/F
Social Science Building.



Viewing hours:

July 18-23, 2013

Thursday to Tuesday, 8:00 AM  to 5:00 PM

Saturday, 8:00 AM  to 12:00 NN

The exhibit will not be shown on 21 July (Sunday)
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