Program on adolescent girls planned at St. Albert the Great Church Dec. 8

Parents, teachers, catechists, counselors, pastors, youth ministers and other adults who work with adolescent girls are invited to attend “My iGirl: How She’s Wired and How to Connect,” at St. Albert the Great Church, 1395 Girard Drive, Dec. 8 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

Maria Knuth, a teacher and consecrated woman with Regnum Christi, will present the program which is based on a book she wrote about adolescent girls.

A press release about the program noted that teens and preteens today have grown up saturated in technology — “texting, chatting and Facebooking, all the while jamming to their iPod.” This program “will look at today’s teenage girl from a variety of perspectives, covering the spiritual, social, physiological and psychological aspects that make her tick … or click,” it said.

The cost to attend is $25 per person, $40 per couple or $200 for a table of eight. A continental breakfast will be provided. To register by the Dec. 1 deadline, send a check made payable to “Louisville Beacon Women’s Group” to the attention of Dawn Della Bella at St. Albert the Great, 1395 Girard Drive, Louisville, Ky., 40222.

For more information, call Angie Stachnik at 326-3769 or Susan Gendron at 593-7783.

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