Posted by: jrh4111 | September 25, 2013

Week 1: Relics, the Saints and You

This week Dr Michael Carter from UD explained the biblical roots of relics, debunked common myths about their veneration through history, and provided some ways to plug into this outlet of grace through one’s own faith.

 

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Posted by: jrh4111 | August 30, 2013

Fall 2013 Season

Here is the schedule for our fall season!

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Posted by: jrh4111 | August 30, 2013

Week 6: Faith and Hope Through Suffering

This week Marie & Matt Howe discussed how their son was a blessing during his short life.

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Posted by: jrh4111 | May 2, 2013

Week 5: The Artists’ Love

This week musician Kevin Heider played two of his songs and discussed the Love of God, the Artist of creation, the motivation of Michelangelo as portrayed in The Agony and the Ecstasy, and his own attempts to capture the movements of the Spirit in his own music.

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Posted by: jrh4111 | May 2, 2013

Week 4: JP2 Evangelization

This week Courtney Brown from Ruah Woods discussed how one should evangelize considering other people as persons, and not as projects.  He discussed that it is often not worth discussing faith with those who want to mock and criticize, but that one should speak honestly to those with honest questions.

 

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This week Erica Schmiesing discussed consecration to Jesus through Mary.

 

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Posted by: jrh4111 | April 18, 2013

Week 2: East, West, North and South

This week Fr. David Endres discussed the challenges and opportunities for the Catholic Church in the 21st century.

 

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Posted by: jrh4111 | April 7, 2013

Week 1: What Celibates Do For Fun

This week Fr Ken Hummel discussed how one can find happiness responding to what God puts on one’s heart, whether it be motorcycle riding, hiking or service.

 

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October 18, 2012 — Dr. Sodergren, clinical psychologist and graduate of the Institute of Psychological Sciences (IPS) in Arlington, VA was with us tonight to speak on “learning to love.”  Dr. Sodergren is currently working at Ruah Woods and teaches a course at the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C.  Dr. Sodergren spoke tonight about how our attachments and relationships early on in our lives affect our relationships later in life, as well as our relationship with God.  Dr. Sodergren explained that the significance of learning how we are affected by our early attachments enables us to learn about ourselves, where we need to grow, and to better understand how we can change.

We are grateful to all of our speakers this season for sharing their time and talents with us.

Please join us this Saturday, October 21st for our end of the season party @ Christina’s house.

October 11, 2012 — Al Cucchetti, from the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Milford, Ohio, joined Theology on Tap tonight to talk about discernment and Christian decision making according to St. Ignatius of Loyola.  Al shared with us practical ways to discern God’s will throughout any small or big decision in our lives.  If you are interested in learning more about Ignatian discernment and retreats offered at the Jesuit Spiritual Center, please explore the link below:

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Al Cucchetti on Christian decision making according to St. Ignatius of Loyola

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