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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Dr. Popcak Men's Talk Confirmed

Men's talk at St. Bernadette's in Norton Commons is confirmed!
Date: June 7, 2013
Time: 7 pm.
Where: St. Bernadette Parish Center, Soubirous Room
6500 Saint Bernadette Ave, Prospect, KY 40059

Authentic Catholic Husband and Father

Donations accepted

Dr. Gregory Popcak is the Executive Director of the Pastoral Solutions Institute, an organization dedicated to helping Catholics find faith-filled solutions to tough marriage, family, and personal problems. The author of over a dozen popular books integrating solid Catholic theology and counseling psychology (including; For Better...FOREVER!, Holy Sex!, Parenting with Grace, Beyond the Birds and the Bees), Dr. Popcak is an expert on the practical applications of the Theology of the Body. Through the Pastoral Solutions Institute, he directs a group pastoral tele-counseling practice that provides ongoing pastoral psychotherapy services to Catholic couples, individuals and families around the world. Since 2001, he and his wife and co-author, Lisa Popcak, have hosted several nationally-syndicated, call-in radio advice programs including Heart, Mind and Strength (Ave Maria Radio), Fully Alive! (Sirius/XM-The Catholic Channel), and most recently, More2Life (Ave Maria Radio--Airing M-F, Noon-1pm Eastern). They have also hosted two for EWTN (For Better...FOREVER! God Help Me!). Dr. Popcak's articles appear regularly in Catholic periodicals such as Catholic Digest, Family Foundations, and others. Dr. Greg Popcak and Lisa Popcak are sought after public speakers and trainers and have been honored to address audiences across North America, Australia, and Hong Kong. In addition to his ministry work, Dr. Popcak serves as an Adjunct Professor for both the sociology and graduate theology departments at Franciscan University of Steubenville where he teaches Christianity and Society and Pastoral and Spiritual Direction respectively. He also serves as Adjunct Faculty for the Harold Abel School of Behavioral Health at Capella University where he teaches Epistemology of Practice and Research, Mental Health and Aging, and Grief and Bereavement.

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