Theology on Tap Northeast announces its April schedule of events inviting young adults in their 20s and 30s to gather for an evening of casual eating, drinking and faith-related discussion Mondays at 7:30 p.m. at Gearo’s Grille, 1913 Welsh Road in Northeast Philadelphia.
* April 4: “The Bible Made Easy” with Sarah Christmyer, co-author of “The Bible Timeline” (Ascension Press);
* April 11: “Louis and Zelie Martin: Raising a Holy Family” with Maureen O’Riordan, founder and webmaster for the website ThereseofLisieux.org;
* April 18: “’Laudato Si’ and the City of Brotherly Love” with Dr. Maureen O’Connell, chair and associate professor of religion at La Salle University;
* April 25: “The Power of Redemptive Suffering” with Father Tom Viviano, parochial vicar at Holy Innocents Parish, Philadelphia.
Catholics and non-Catholics, drinkers and non-drinkers all are welcome.
Find Theology on Tap Northeast on Facebook for more information.
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