Theology on Tap - offering the finest in Speakers, Conversation & Catholic Theology for Young Adults (married and single) in their 20's and 30's.
Join us in Syracuse, Binghamton, Oswego, Cortland, and Utica once a month at 7 pm (unless otherwise noted) for a fascinating talk, fellowship, and food. Syracuse events are held at Dinosaur BBQ and Fulton/Oswego events at The Press Box in Oswego. In the Utica/Rome area, events are held at The Sanctuary in Utica. Cortland events are at Hairy Tony's, and the Binghamton location is The Colonial. There's never any admission charge, so bring a friend! (Babies in arms welcome.)
Theology on Tap in November!
Binghamton: Wednesday, November 20th, 7pm, at The Colonial
Speaker: Fr. Daniel Quinn
Title: "Being a Pilgrim on and off the Camino de Santiago"
Talk Description: A pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago is more than just a physical journey. What does it mean to be a pilgrim and what it is to refer to ourselves as a “pilgrim Church on earth."
Cortland: Wednesday, November 20th, 7pm, at Hairy Tony's
Speaker: Steve Nepil
Title: "Pothead to Preacher"
Talk Description: Join Steve has he tells his story of how he and his brother were both involved in the drug scene in high school but had radical conversion after encounter Jesus on retreat. Today Steve is a youth ministry in DeWitt, NY, while his brother is a Catholic priest in Colorado. This story is broadened to all with an explanation of God’s mercy and his radical call to all, even those that are faithfully following him now.
Oswego: Wednesday, November 13th, 7pm, at The Press Box
Speaker: Kate Eichelberger
Title: "Catholic & Feminist- I Can Be Both"
Talk Description: Recently, the term feminist/feminism has been a part of popular conversation, sometimes in a negative light. Believe it or not, you can be a Catholic and a feminist, and that’s not something that’s exclusive to women. Kate’s message will challenge your thoughts on feminism and help you better understand how feminism fits into our Catholic identity.