Christendom College theology professor Mary Stanford will join other prominent speakers at this year’s IHM National Homeschool and Parent Conference in Fredericksburg, Va., on Friday, June 19. A popular speaker nationwide, Stanford’s talk is titled “Communication Technology and Our Kids: What are We Risking?”
Stanford, an expert on marriage, femininity, and Christian anthropology, sees the management of children’s use of technology as a paramount issue in the modern day, and hopes that her talk will illustrate some of the serious risks that our culture’s forms of “disembodied communication” pose, as well as encourage parents to maintain an atmosphere at home that is truly worthy of the human person.
Professor Stanford completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Dallas and earned an M.T.S. from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family. Since 2003, she has been teaching theology part-time at Christendom College. She has spoken at conferences and dioceses across the country, and is a popular speaker on marriage and the family.
When she arrives in Fredericksburg, Va., Stanford will join Dr. Ray Guarendi, Virginia Seuffert, Dr. Jonathan Reyes, Dr. Bill Thierfelder, Ken Cuccinelli, and more for the popular conference. To find out more, and where to find Christendom College’s information table at the conference, please visit ihmconference.org.