Frances Hopkins was born and raised in the Hunter Valley, Australia. She has been passionately involved in the pro-life movement from a young age. In high school she discovered the beauty of Theology of the Body and studied it more intensely in Canada. She graduated from a Bachelor of Liberal Arts at Campion College in 2014. before completing her Graduate Certificate in Religious Education from the John Paul II Institute of Marriage and Family in 2015. Frances is one of the founding directors of The Culture Project Australia. The Culture Project invites our culture to be fully alive, as we present to young people the messages of human dignity and sexual integrity. She has dedicated her life to sharing the truth and beauty of the human person and our capacity to love. Over the years she has shared this message with over 4000 people. When she is not serving young people she thoroughly enjoys spending time outdoors, abseiling (walking backwards of cliffs), and taking her horses swimming.
In a parish setting Frances can present the following topics
- Pro-life Apologetics (how to dialogue about abortion)
- Sex on the Brain (how pronography affects our society)
- Cultural Apologetics (how to dialogue about same-sex attraction, transgender, IVF and euthanasia)
Below describes 'The Culture Project' & the presentations they currently offer:
(Click on the image below to visit The Culture Project Australia)