Fall Theology on Tap in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati
FALL THEOLOGY ON TAP Cincy East
Anderson Pub on Beechmont is the place to be on Tuesday evenings this fall for Theology on Tap. Their lineup is
Tuesday, September 17th: What does it mean to be pro-life, Speaker Amanda Noble
Tuesday, September 24th: Made to thrive, Speaker Father David Doseck
Tuesday, October 1st: Why would anyone want to be Catholic, Speaker Nicolette Chmiel
Anderson Pub is the host for Cincy East Theology on Tap. For a map, click here
FALL THEOLOGY ON TAP CLIFTON
You’re invited to this Fall’s Theology on Tap. We are in some troubled times — the Church abuse crisis, the separation of families at the border and raids on immigrants, mass shootings, and a host of other things. With all of this going on, and our personal struggles for good mental health and a spiritual life too, how do we find hope?
This year it all takes place at, Humble Monk Brewing Co., 1641 Blue Rock Street, Cincinnati 45223
Thursday, October 3rd: Cultivating Unshakable Hope in Troubled Times: Dr. Sean Reynolds served in youth and young adult ministry here in the Archdiocese for more than forty years, and is now doing free-lance consulting and training, locally and nationally.
Thursday, October 10th: Living Hope and Doing Activism; Allison Reynolds-Berry served at Casa de la Solidaridad in El Salvador after college and then, after earning her Master of Social Work from Boston College, worked as a community organizer doing domestic violence prevention work. She is now is the Executive Director of the Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center.
Thursday, October 17th: Living Hope During the Church Abuse Crisis; Judge Michael R. Merz serves as a Magistrate Judge in Dayton, OH. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, he has also served as a Member of the National Review Board of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops from 2004 to 2009, soon after the abuse crisis came to light.
Thursday, October 24th: Living Hope in Spiritual Struggle and Mental Health; Fr. William F. Cleves serves as pastor of Holy Parish in Newport, KY. A former president of Thomas Moore University, he has taught students at every level (except kindergarten!), and has been a compassionate, pastoral presence to many.
Julie Wagner is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. A knowledgeable mental health professional and compassionate listener, she has walked with many people during their dark times. She currently works with teens at a local nonprofit.
We’ll gather at 7, start the presentation at 7:30, and have conversation at tables and Q&A with the speakers, and finish around 9
For a map to Humble Monk Brewing, click here
FALL THEOLOGY ON TAP DAYTON
Dayton’s Fall Theology on Tap is in the historic Oregon District at Oregon Express, at 336 E 5th St., Dayton 45402. As always, come for food, fun, and drinks at 7, and the talk will begin at 7:30.
Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 272 Bainbridge St, Dayton, OH 45402, has given permission to park in their lot (directly across from the church) for free. It is a short walk from The Oregon Express.
Lot parking next to the bar is available for $3.
Thursday, September 19th: Brad Bursa, The Way of Beauty
Thursday, September 26th: Father Alex Harb
Thursday, October 3rd: Boy Blue Chalk Artist, A conversation on Art & Beauty
Thursday, October 10th: Sophie Vietas, The Angelico Project
Thursday, October 17th: Father Ambrose Dobrobszi, Why bother with beauty?
Thursday, October 24th: JP Von Arx, Country Musician, Beauty in simplicity