Join us for our monthly Family Day! This is an event for the whole family and is a great opportunity to meet other Catholic families in the area.
This month’s formative talk on the topic of Holy Parenting in the Modern World will be “The Impact of Modern Technology on Children: Challenges and Opportunities for Parents”, presented by Marie-Therese Hocott.
Marie-Therese Hocott earned her M.Ed. and C.A.G.S. (Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies) in Mental Health Counseling and School Guidance Counseling from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She holds a license to practice in the State of Michigan as a professional counselor (LPC), and was previously licensed as a School Guidance Counselor (K-12). She also is trained and has worked as a Parent Educator through the First Steps program in Washtenaw County. Her interest in grief counseling compelled her to work toward and receive a degree in grief counseling (GC) from The American Academy of Grief Counseling. Marie Therese has worked with grieving and war-affected children from the time she was an elementary school teacher in Beirut, Lebanon in the late 1980s. She is fluent in English, Arabic and French. Marie-Therese met her future husband, Dr. Gregory Hocott, at the University of Massachusetts. They have resided with their children in Ann Arbor since 1998.
|11:00 am||Holy Mass
|1:15 pm||Formative talk (childcare available)|
|2:20 pm||Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
|Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament|
No pre-registration is necessary.