Summer ‘Theology on Tap’ for Catholics in their 20s &, 30s
An opportunity for young adults to gather
to discuss and reflect on issues of faith.
THEOLOGY ON TAP
Good Company…Interesting Speakers…Lively Conversation…
For Catholics and friends
in their 20s and 30s!!!
For more information: 328-3228, x-1218 or click here to send an e-mail
Please note: All gatherings begin at 7 p.m.
June 24: What’s with Community? with Dr. David Stosur, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, held at Mulconry’s Irish Pub, 17 Liftbridge Lane East, Fairport
June 30: Stem Cells and the Catholic Church with Dr. Patricia Schoelles, SSJ, President, St. Bernard’s. Held at On the Rocks Grill, 1551 Mount Hope Ave, Rochester
July 7: Angels and Demons with Barb Swiecki, Pastoral Administrator, Guardian Angels. At Jitters, Southtown Plaza, Henrietta
July 15: A Disciple’s Radical Yes with seminarians Peter Van Lieshout and Greg Rupik. Held at Johnny’s Irish Pub, 1382 Culver Road, Rochester
July 22: Living Our Gifts with Nancy DeRycke, Pastoral Administrator, Good Shepherd. Held at Jitters Southtown
July 28: Am I a Machine? with Dr. Staszek Radziszows, RIT. At Johnny’s Irish Pub
August 4: Africa, AIDS, Condoms and the Church with Kevin Mannara, St. Mary’s Downtown. Held at On the Rocks Grill
August 10: It’s More Than Just the Our Father with Dr. Damien Zynda, Church of the Transfiguration. Held at Mulconry’s Irish Pub
August 19: Faith and Finances with Chuck Sayer. Held at Jitters Southtown Plaza
August 25: Being Catholic in the 21st Century with Jamie Fazio, Campus Minister, Nazareth College, at Johnny’s Irish Pub
Sept. 1: Making Christian Choices with Fr. Robert Kennedy, Pastor, Blessed Sacrament, at Johnny’s Irish Pub
Sept. 9: Discipleship during Times of Societal Crisis with Michael Sauter, Pastoral Administrator, St. Luke’s, held at Jitters, Southtown Plaza
Co-sponsored by the Diocese of Rochester, Guardian Angels, Good Shepherd, St. Joseph, St. Christopher’s, Office of Vocations, Blessed Sacrament, St. Paul’s, St. John of Rochester and the University of Rochester Newman Community.
Theology on Tap is a copyrighted program of Renew International. Used with permission.