Theology on Tap at St. Charles Seminary with Father Tim Danaher O.P.
St. Charles Borremeo Seminary
Start Date and Time:
Friday March 29th 6PM
End Date and Time
Friday March 29th 10PM
St. Charles Borromeo Seminary presents its semi-annual Theology on Tap. This semester’s topic will be on The Five Wounds of Christ.
This semester’s speaker is Fr. Tim Danaher, O.P.Fr. Tim is a Dominican priest serving as the Parochial Vicar of St. Patrick’s Parish in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia (http://www.stpatrickphilly.org/).
Fr. Tim Danaher was born and raised in Steubenville, OH. He is from a family of four children. He graduated from Franciscan University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Theology. Before entering the Order of Preachers, he worked as a life guard in San Diego, CA, and as the Director of Youth Ministry at Light of the World Catholic Church in Littleton, CO. “I have found Dominican life to be the porridge just right – time spent in contemplation which sparks a desire for ministry, and time spent in ministry which leads you back to contemplation!”
Join us for live music by our house seminarian band, free food (meatless options since it will be a Friday in Lent), free drinks (beer, wine, & soda), and a great presentation. The evening will end with Solemn Night Prayer in St. Martin’s Chapel.
We will have a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration at 6:00PM in St.
Martin’s Chapel! Confessions will also be available! Come join us for some prayer time before our Lord to start the night/weekend off right!
The doors to the auditorium will open at 6:45PM for a social, and the talk will begin at 7:30PM. After the talk stick around for a social and to hear our seminarian band play live! We will end the night with Exposition and Solemn Night prayer at 9:45PM.
Invite your friends, classmates, family members, young adult groups, Newman Centers, communities, co-workers, etc! All that are ages 21-35 with a valid photo ID are welcome to join us!
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