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Theology on Tap East - Catholic or Protestant - Why Does it Matter?

Monday, May 10, 2021 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Come join us as we have Campus Minister Joseph Goodwin share his conversion story from Protestant to Catholic.

He will…
+ Clarify some of the differences between the Catholic Church and Protestant ecclesial communities, rather than just the surface-level apparent differences, to show how they actually do matter.
+ Share a couple of quick stories of accompanying other protestants into the Church, by way of illustration and inspiration
+ Lightly dust over a few of the biggest areas of disagreement, presenting them through the lens of his personal experience
+ Share practical pointers on how to invite our Protestant brothers and sisters to learn more about the faith.
 
Theology on Tap offers young adults, ages 19-39, the opportunity to gather for evenings of thought-provoking theological discussions and presentations in a comfortable relaxed setting.
Invite your friends. See you there!

Theology on Tap Central - My Camino del Norte

Monday, May 31, 2021 7:00 pm
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My Camino del Norte

Description


When conversations turn to travel or making a pilgrimage, "have you done the Camino?" is a question many young adults start hearing. When you learn more about it, it can sound daunting and maybe not quite your thing. And, over the last year, it can be even harder to envision what that journey could look like.
Join us, as our speaker shares his stories, and take a trip to the Camino del Norte.

Our Speaker - Fr. Jim Berning, SDB

Fr. Jim is a member of the Salesians, a Religious Order founded by St. John Bosco--the father, teacher and friend of youth. He serves as the youth chaplain at St. Benedict and the GTA, works with vocations in the province of Ontario, and coordinates the candidacy program for those discerning the Salesian way of life.
 
Fr. Jim has studied extensively across the US. He holds MAs from Don Bosco College, University of Holy Cross, and Boston College. He's also earned a Masters of Divinity from the Pontifical College of Josephinum and has been taking Spiritual Direction classes at Boston College.
His interests include hiking, biking, dancing, Pilates, weightlifting and reading novels.
 
Join us virtually for a night of learning, fellowship, and sharing!
**As with a physical location, space is limited**
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