2017 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 back outside on the patio!
225 Toscana Blvd, Granger – map
Babies and infants welcome and commonly present
New Meal Setup: All-You-Can-Eat Buffet
$8/person for the first 60 people (cash & cards accepted)
Shaping a Changing World
Tuesday, July 18
Pro-Life Whole Life – Josh & Rosary Comeau
Josh Comeau was diagnosed in 2014 with stage IV glioblastoma, the most common and aggressive form of brain cancer. This was the same diagnosis as Brittany Maynard, who very publicly and tragically ended her own life in 2014. With the help and support of his wife Rosary, Josh was able to place his life and suffering in God’s hands. Josh and Rosary recently celebrated the 3-year anniversary of the diagnosis and now see the cancer to be a blessing to their family.
Tuesday, July 25
Interfaith Dialogue with Muslims – Gabriel Reynolds
Gabriel Reynolds is Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology at the University of Notre Dame. He earned a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies from Yale University and his research focuses on the Qur'an and Muslim-Christian relations. Dr. Reynolds and his family are members of St. Pius X Catholic Church in Granger. In his spare time, he follows Notre Dame football, plays soccer, and watches science fiction movies.
Tuesday, August 1
Environmental Stewardship – Tim Ruggaber
Tim Ruggaber is the Lead Optimization Strategist at EmNet, LLC in South Bend, where he focuses on developing Smart Sewer and Water systems to improve water quality in rivers and lakes across the country. He received his Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Notre Dame in Civil/Environmental Engineering and has been focused on combining technology with environmental stewardship ever since.
Tuesday, August 8
Summer Mass & Cookout! – Msgr. Michael Heintz – at St. Pat's Park
Conclude the series by enjoying fellowship with your new friends from Theology on Tap! The festivities begin with Mass at 6:30pm followed by a cookout. Grilled meats and water will be provided.
If you can, bring the following, but don't let these stop you from coming:
Directions: St. Patrick's County Park is located at 50651 Laurel Road in South Bend. From SR-933, take Darden Road or Auten Road west to Laurel Road, and then head north until Laurel Road ends at the park. There is no gate fee that night. Follow the TOT signs to the Berta Shelter (pavilion).
Questions: Sean Allen – firstname.lastname@example.org or 858-354-9006
Theology on Tap is additionally sponsored by:
Knights of Columbus Insurance – 574-282-1082
Phillip Stackowicz - Granger/Elkhart
Andrew Weiss - ND/South Bend
Troy Gill - Mishawaka