2019 Summer Series
Join us for a Catholic speaker series for young adults in their 20s & 30s, single and married, to share in food, fellowship, and faith!
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
We're outside on the patio!
301 W Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46802 – map
Babies and infants welcome
Special Theology on Tap Menu
Head, Heart, Hands: A Model for Change
Tuesday, July 23
Christian Decision Making – Dr. Alex Giltner
Dr. Alex Giltner is an assistant professor of theology at University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, IN, specializing in knowledge and being in divine and human modes, and the relationship of faith and reason. When not studying Christian thought, you may find him caught in an invigorating conversation, cheering on the Cards, breathing deeply from a breeze, writing a story or a poem, and/or chilling with his beautiful fiancée Mary Beth and his criminally cute little beastie, Strider.
Tuesday, July 30
Finding Meaning in Work – Molly Roman
Molly Roman is the Founder, Writer and Life Coach at JMC Coaching and is author of "Good at Life: A Young Adult’s Guide to Discovering Your True Potential and Creating a Brilliant Life Through Faith, Hope and Love." Molly also established The Career Ministry of St. Vincent’s and Associated Churches to provide job seekers with free one-on-one coaching, resume critique, networking and speakers. Whether it's Life or Career Coaching, Molly’s core focus is to help other’s create meaningful lives by helping others discover and live their true purpose. More information can be found at www.mollyroman.com.
Tuesday, August 6
How do we use our Time? – Monsignor Michael Heintz
Monsignor Michael Heintz, a priest of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Indiana, completed his seminary studies at St. John’s Seminary, Brighton and was ordained in 1993 by Bishop John M D’Arcy, and assigned to St Charles Parish in Fort Wayne and to Bishop Dwenger High School as chaplain. In 1998, he was assigned to St. Matthew Cathedral and to further studies at the University of Notre Dame. In 2008 he completed his PhD in Patristics. He taught at the University of Notre Dame for over a decade and was director of the Master of Divinity Program there before taking up a new role as associate professor of Theology and spiritual director at Mount St Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD, where he teaches Patristics, Liturgy, and Christology, and serves as Academic Dean.
Tuesday, August 13
Liturgy and Mission – Fr. Jacob Meyer
Fr. Jacob Meyer was raised in South Bend, Indiana and attended Holy Cross Grade School and Penn High School. He is the oldest of three siblings and #19 of 60+ cousins. After High School he graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Human Resource Management and Organizational Culture. In his junior year at Ball State he heard the Lord calling him toward the Priesthood and entered the seminary in 2006, studying at the Pontifical College Josephinum. After ordination he spent four years as the assistant at St. Charles Borromeo and chaplain at Bishop Dwenger High School. He is currently the pastor of St. Monica Parish in Mishawaka, Indiana where the tag-line for the community is "the parish that parties".
Tuesday, August 20
Summer Mass & Cookout! – at St. Charles Borromeo Church
Conclude the series by enjoying fellowship with your new friends from Theology on Tap! The festivities begin with Mass at 6:30pm in the church followed by a cookout at 7:00pm. Grilled meats and water will be provided.
If you can, bring the following, but don't let these stop you from coming:
Questions: Crystal Serrano-Puebla – firstname.lastname@example.org or 224-650-0578
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