John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture - search results at Catholic Sun
John Paul II Resource Center to Mark Tenth Anniversary; January 25, 2016; Catholic Sun
Screenwriter to Offer Inside Peek of Hollywood through Lens of Catholic Faith; January 13, 2015; Catholic Sun
Catholic Answers Live Personality to be Featured at Phoenix Fundraiser; January 14, 2014; Catholic Sun
Interview with Patrick Coffin on The Bishop's Hour; April 29 2013 (unrelated to fundraiser)
Weigel Draws Crowd at Fundraiser for JPII Resource Center; February 2, 2013; Catholic Sun
Blessed John Paul II Biographer to visit Valley January 26; December 19, 2012; Catholic Sun
Katrina J. Zeno, MTS (www.katrinazeno.com) is the coordinator of the St. John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture for the Diocese of Phoenix, AZ, and she has been speaking nationally and internationally on the theology of the body for 18 years. Katrina co-hosted a 13-part series on Theology of the Body for EWTN, and she is the author of over 50 articles and three books including The Body Reveals God and Discovering the Feminine Genius.
Katrina received her master in theological studies from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington, D. C., and her BA in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Besides teaching at the college level, Katrina assists Catholic dioceses, parishes, and organizations to integrate the theology of the body into every level of catechesis and formation. Her dynamic and engaging speaking style appeals to both married and single people. When not speaking, Katrina enjoys dancing salsa and Argentine tango, hiking, swimming, learning Spanish, and spending time with her married son, Michael.
The St. John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture welcomed Damon C. Owens of the TOB Institute as our keynote speaker for our 10th Year Anniversary Celebration on January 30, 2016 at Xavier College Preparatory. As a family man and down-to-earth kind of guy, Damon expounded on our topic of the radical demands of love for men in a secular society that does anything but inspire men to true love and life with emphasis on Bishop Olmsted's pastoral exhortation to men. A free gift of this pastoral exhortation to men: "In To The Breach" was given to those in attendance.