Building R in Grandville was perfectly suited for the casual and intimate prolife conversations that took place at the latest installment of Life in the 616 on June 10.
Sean Nolan, theology teacher at West Catholic High School, and Karen Weber, certified Theology of the Body instructor, led a discussion on what it means to be human. Using timeless philosophy and modern examples, they discussed how respecting human dignity invites everyone to experience true joy.
Nolan and Weber answered questions and distributed materials that further explained their theological and everyday approach to the issue of valuing human life.
Those present arrived early to enjoy a cup of coffee and stayed late to network and mingle with other prolife people.