The role of fathers in the lives of their daughters is crucial, yet few fathers are aware of how important they are. In this talk, Fr. John Flader, who has assisted hundreds of fathers over the years, gives practical advice to help fathers raise balanced, self-confident, faith-filled daughters.
Much of this talk is based on Meg Meeker’s excellent book Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters (Regnery Publishing 2007). The talk is enhanced by high-definition film clips, photos and quotations.
About the Presenter
Fr. John Flader was born in the U.S. and has a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard and a Doctorate in Cannon Law from the University of Navarre. He was ordained a priest of Opus Dei in 1967 and since 1968 has resided in Australia, serving as chaplain of Warrane College at the University of New South Wales, chaplain of the University of Tasmania, chaplain of RMIT University, Director of the Catholic Adult Education Center of the Archdiocese of Sydney, and chaplain of Montgrove College. Since 2005 he has written a weekly question-and-answer column in The Catholic Weekly and other Catholic newspapers.
Approximately 50 minutes
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DVD format: NTSC