Anglican marriage gurus are to address a Catholic conference on the Theology of the Body in central London this weekend.
Nicky Lee, associate vicar at Holy Trinity Brompton, and his wife Sila will be giving a talk as part of the Choose Life, Choose Love conference at St Patrick’s, Soho Square, at 3.30pm on Saturday.
The couple developed a marriage course in the 1990s that is now run all over the world. Their Marriage Book, which is based on the course, has sold over 200,000 copies.
The conference, which begins on Friday evening, includes talks from Dana Rosemary Scallon, a former MEP and co-founder of Ireland United for Life, Sister Renee Mirkes, director of the Centre for NaProEthics, a division of the Pope Paul VI Institute, Jonathan Doyle, managing director of Choicez Media, which provides relationship programmes and student seminars to the Catholic education sector in Australia, and John-Henry Westen, co-founder and editor-in-chief of LifeSiteNews.com.
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