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Mr Jason Evert and his wife, Crystalina. Tickets are still available for his series of talks on chastity and sexuality on Jan 14.


There are more tickets available for the Jason Evert ‘LIVE’ in Singapore event on Jan 14. Having moved from the original venue at Catholic Junior College to the MAX Pavilion, the organisers told CatholicNews that they hope Catholics of all ages do not miss out on this opportunity to hear from one of the most sought-after speakers on chastity and God’s plan for sexuality.

During his one-day visit to Singapore, Mr Evert will be speaking at three different events targeted at various age groups:

Parents

Mr Evert, a much sought-after speaker – because of the way he is able to connect with young people on the topics of dating, love and sexuality – will be at the Church of Divine Mercy during the first half of Jan 14 for a session with parents.

Titled A Good Sex Talk for Parents, he will be covering useful topics on how parents can compete with questionable media influences that draw the young away from a pure life. He will offer techniques and information to assist parents in their task as primary faith formators of their children.

Future parents are also welcome to attend the event.

Mr Evert will have two similar sessions on this topic. The first session, from 9am-11am is almost full, while there are limited remaining seats for the second session from noon-2pm.

Young adults

In the afternoon, Mr Evert will give a talk titled Finding Love that Lasts. Targeted at young adults but open to parents and teens, he will touch on dating and building authentic relationships that will not only be fulfilling but also meaningful.

It will be held at the MAX Pavilion, Singapore Expo in Changi from 3pm-5pm.

Youth

The last talk of Mr Evert’s visit to Singapore is aimed at helping teens deal with issues on sexuality, pornography, modesty and how to start over when they make mistakes.

The event will start at 5.30pm with a Mass celebrated by Archbishop William Goh. It will be held at the MAX Pavilion. Singer-songwriter Corrinne May will be performing at this session as well as the afternoon session, Finding Love That Lasts.

In addition to Mr Evert’s presentation, titled Love Matters, there will be a music segment provided by a combined praise and worship group which will also feature some priests and Religious.

“Many parishes have already booked en bloc for their catechism classes, and we encourage more such bookings,” said Mr David Fong, executive director of the Archdiocesan Commission for the Family (ACF), which is organising the event.

Tickets, including bulk purchases, for all four talks are available at catholicfamily.org.sg/jasonevert on a first-come-first-served basis. Admission to all these sessions is strictly by tickets purchased for the respective sessions only. 

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