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Rooftop Theology on Tap: Discernment

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

6:00 pm EDT - 7:00 pm EDT


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DCCatholic and the Catholic Information Center present their rooftop Summer Theology on Tap series: Theology on TAPTalks. Join us Tuesday evenings July 7, 14, 21, 28 August 4 and August 11 at the Catholic Information Center​ rooftop! All young adults (21-late 30s) are invited for Happy Hour from 6-7pm with a talk and Q/A to follow from 7-8pm.

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TAPtalk 1: Becoming a Discerning Person by Megan McCleneghen

Discerning a vocation doesn’t have to be scary or traumatic; God desires your happiness more than you do. In this talk, Megan will make the connection between vocational discernment and becoming a discerning person, in the context of the mayhem of daily life. This talk with explore the dynamic of opening yourself up to God while developing a whole new relationship of trust with Him along the way!

Megan McCleneghen has been a lay consecrated woman in the Regnum Christi movement for 7 years. She moved to the DC metro area last August and is a current student at the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family. Previous to that she was a youth minister within the archdiocese of Galveston-Houston where she also served in various vocations events within the archdiocese.

TAPtalk 2: A Restless Heart…

We have all been made for greatness, with a specific plan designed by God for our lives.  As Christians, each of us walks our own faith journey through life seeing to discern that plan and God’s will for us.  In this talk, we will explore the meaning of discernment and how to listen to the voice of God amid the “noise” and busyness of daily life.

Robert Boxie is a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Washington, is currently in his 4th year of Theology at the Pontifical North American College in Rome. Originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, Robert moved to the Washington area for a federal clerkship after completing his law degree. Later, while working at a law firm in Washington, Robert realized that God was calling him to the priesthood, and he put aside his law career to enter the seminary.

RAIN LOCATION: Catholic information Center bookstore on the street level.

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