First Friday Forum 2017 May 5

May 5, 2017  11:30 -1:00pm

Come join us for an expert presentation on

The work of the Tribunal, Annulments, and the teaching of Pope Francis (Amoris Laetitia):

Lynette Tait, Judge and Defender of the Bond for the Tribunal of the Diocese of Cleveland,

Pope Francis tells us, “young love needs to keep dancing toward the future with immense hope”. How do we keep everyone “dancing” – those preparing for marriage, the newlyweds, the families? Especially, how do we keep those in irregular situations “dancing toward the future”? The Supreme Law of the Church is the Salvation of Souls -all souls. Join us to see how the Annulment process and Amoris Laetitia both work for the salvation of souls.

Lynette Tait is a canon lawyer who, since the year 2000, she has served as Judge and Defender of the Bond in the Tribunal of the diocese of Cleveland. She has also served as tribunal judge for the dioceses of Stockton CA and Youngstown OH.  Concurrently, she has been adjunct faculty at Notre Dame College (South Euclid), Ursuline College ((Pepper Pike), and the permanent deacon program for the diocese of Cleveland. She has served as director of religious education for multiple years a part-time consultant for Loyola Press.

Lorain County Community College

Spitzer Conference Center in Elyria, Ohio

Luncheon Buffet: 11:30 am Speaker: 12:00 – 1:00 pm

$18.00 per reservation

RESERVATION DEADLINE: 6:00 pm, Monday, preceding the event!(cancellations are also due then or you will be charged). 

You can pay at the door or mail your $18 check to: First Friday Forum of Lorain County, 320 Middle Avenue, Elyria, OH 44035 or call the reservation line at 440-244-0643 or e-mail ffflorain@gmail.com 

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