Week 6: “Silent and Deadly: Life Issues You Won’t Hear About on Sunday”

June 2, 2011 – Our final week of the Spring 2011 season, Sean Gallivan came to Theology on Tap to talk about life issues, including abortion and contraception, and how using Natural Family Planning provides the fullest (and only) expression of free, total, faithful, and fruitful love towards our spouse / future spouse.  We are grateful to Sean, as well as to all of our speakers this season, for sharing their faith, knowledge, and time with us.

Sean Gallivan on "Life Issues"

Although this concludes our Spring 2011 season of ToT, “Catholic Life”, another Catholic young adults group, will be starting up next week.  Join them on Thursdays at 7pm at Panera on Brown Street to continue learning and supporting one another in faith.

**Also, please join us for our end-of-the-season celebration on Saturday, June 4th, at Poelking Lanes (3200 Woodman Drive) at 7 pm.  We hope to see you there!

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Week 5: Anti-Catholicism: The Last Accepted Prejudice

May 26, 2011 – This week at Theology on Tap, Jason Howard came to speak about the common prejudices and issues that are brought against the Church.  He also shared with us the importance of knowing our faith, and specifically the Scriptures, so that we can be prepared to answer God’s call to boldly defend the Truth!

Jason Howard on Anti-Catholicism

Week 3: Living for Eternity: Life in, but not of, the world

May 12, 2011 – Sr. Mary Sheila, O.P. and Sr. Mary Magdalene came to TOT this week from the Dominican Sisters of Nashville.  Sr. Mary Sheila, O.P. shared with TOT the importance of becoming childlike and simple, to allow us to better hear God’s voice.

For more information on the Dominican Sisters’ order and vocations, please visit their website:

http://nashvilledominican.org/Home

Sr. Mary Sheila, O.P., on being in, not of, the world