DCCatholic & the CIC present a Summer Theology on Tap series, “TOT Talks: Stories Worth Spreading”. Join us Tuesday evenings July 15, 22, 29, August 5 and August 12 at the Catholic Information Center Rooftop!
Christina Parello is a human rights attorney and a parishioner at the Cathedral of Saint Matthew the Apostle, where she serves as an EMC and a volunteer with the Homeless Ministry. Beginning in law school at the University of Michigan Law School, she has worked on several anti-trafficking initiatives and has represented victims of human trafficking in an immigration capacity. She currently works for the NEXUS Institute, an independent research and policy center that works on human rights and rule of law issues and has developed a special expertise in addressing international human trafficking.
Fr. James Bradley is a Priest of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, set up by Pope Benedict XVI to allows Anglicans to enter the Catholic Church whilst retaining many of their own traditions. He is currently studying Canon Law at The Catholic University of America.
Theology on Tap is a program of the Office of Young Adult Ministry that reaches out to young adults who want to explore the role of faith in their daily lives. In this casual atmosphere, you’ll hear straight talk and honest answers to your deepest questions about faith, love, work and other real life experiences. Theology on Tap provides an opportunity to not only learn about the Catholic faith but also meet like-minded people and make new friends. Theology on Tap is open to all young adults, regardless of religious affiliation.
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+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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