Calling All Girls
A Special Evening for Mothers & Daughters
Friday MARCH 23, 2018
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
John Paul II Polish Cultural Centre
4300 Cawthra Rd., Mississauga, ON
Moms and Daughters 2018
AN EVENING OF SHORT HIGH POWERED TALKS · MEET NEW PEOPLE · LEARN THE TRUTH · TALK ABOUT IT · HAVE FUN · DISCOVER WHO YOU ARE · AVOID MISTAKES · IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIPS
Becoming Signs of Contradiction
Mark is a Canadian singer/songwriter, Catholic evangelist and author. He will be giving a thought-provoking talk entitled Becoming Signs of Contradiction. There are so many demands placed on young women today. In a style uniquely his own, Mark will encourage young women and their moms to challenge what is considered normal in today’s culture and prayerfully discern how to become radically different. Mark has been touring extensively throughout North America and abroad giving parish missions and concerts, as well as speaking and ministering at retreats, conferences and Catholic schools. He had the privilege of singing at the Vatican and presenting his music to Pope Benedict XVI. Mark has appeared on EWTN’s Life on the Rock as well as many other television and radio broadcasts. Learn more about Mark at www.markmallett.com
HELENA BURNS, FSP
What Kind of Digital Catholic R U?
Sister Helena Burns is a member of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international congregation of Roman Catholic Sisters founded to communicate God’s Word through the media. She wrote and directed a documentary on the life of Blessed James Alberione: www.MediaApostle.com and is a co-producer on www.The40Film.com. Her daily book for young women is “He Speaks to You”: www.tinyurl.com/DailyBook.
Choices! Choices! What do I do?
Tara is a music graduate of York University and has been part of the leadership teams in various youth and young adult ministries.
She is currently a stay at home mom raising three beautiful children and teaches music in her spare time.
DR. JESSICA CHAN TAI, C.PSYCH.
Worried? Anxious? Stressed? There is Hope!
Jessica Chan Tai completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Developmental Psychology at York University in 2015. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents and families struggling with mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, parent-child relationship and attachment difficulties, school refusal, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Currently, Jessica works as a Psychologist at the Toronto Catholic District School Board, and as a private practitioner through McLean Psychology Centre. She has developed her clinical skills in a variety of mental health settings, including community agencies, such as Blue Hills Child and Family Centre and Youthdale Treatment Centres, and in medical settings, including Southlake Regional Health Centre, Markham Stouffville Hospital, and Wise Elephant Family Health Team.