Theology on Tap kicks off new session in Fells Point

It’s time once again for young adults to get together for some great faith sharing (and maybe a beer or two) at the Greene Turtle in East Baltimore.

The Fells Point Theology on Tap group (formerly known as “Tap into Your Faith”) begins its next six-week session tonight.

The evening gets going with a ‘Happy Half Hour’ at 7 p.m.  A guest speaker will give a presentation at 7:30 p.m., followed by a question-and-answer session and more fellowship and conversation.

Theology on Tap is geared to Catholic young adults (21-40), but older age groups and people of all faiths are welcome!

(In the interest of full disclosure, I am one of the coordinators of the Theology on Tap – Fells Point program).

Here’s the lineup:

3/15 – Pete Ascosi, young adult coordinator for ChristLife. “Is God Really Real?”?  Pete plans to explore common objections to belief in God. He promises that his talk will entertain and challenge believers and skeptics alike.

3/22 – Dominican Father Carleton Jones, pastor of Ss. Philip and James, Baltimore. “My journey into the Catholic Church from Anglicanism”

3/29 – Therese Wilson-Favors, director of African-American Catholic Ministries for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. “Under the Impulse of the Holy Spirit”

4/5 – Redemptorist Father Robert Wojtek, pastor of the Catholic Community of St. Michael and St. Patrick, Fells Point. “The Changing Face of the Church: A look at immigration”

4/12 – Rachel Harkins, campus minister, Mount de Sales Academy, Catonsville. “Glamour or Glory? My Experience in Pageantry and in the Real World”

4/19 – Bishop Denis J. Madden, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Topic TBA.


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