June 22, 2018

Searching for fun and faith-filled evenings with other young adults?

Food trucks, local breweries and insightful speakers will combine to create a relaxed atmosphere this summer for young adults to consider how the Catholic faith can touch their lives and deepen their relationship with God.

It’s all part of the archdiocese’s Theology on Tap series, an outreach of its young adult and college campus ministry. The five remaining evenings will focus on:

Being engaged in the Church. A presentation by Archbishop Charles C. Thompson. “Where do we as young adults find our place in both the Church and the world?” June 27 at 7 p.m. in the Knights of Columbus’ McGowan Hall at 1305 N. Delaware Street in Indianapolis.

Dating. A screening and discussion of “The Dating Project” documentary that examines the challenges of dating in today’s culture. “Traditional dating has become outdated, yet men and women still seek meaningful relationships. People are frustrated in love, but does anyone really know how to connect in today’s virtual world?” July 11. Location hasn’t been confirmed yet. Check www.indycatholic.org, for updated information.

Being Present. A presentation by Marcia Murphy. “How do we open ourselves up to grace and beauty of what is before us in every moment and not define ourselves by what we are not or do not have?” July 25 at 7 p.m. in McGowan Hall.

Making a Decision. A presentation by Father Coady Owens. “Does God care what decision we make? Even deeper, can God help us make these decisions—and how?” Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. in McGowan Hall.

My Sexuality. A presentation by Vicki Thorn. “As the late St. John Paul the Great told us, ‘The body and only the body makes visible the invisible realities of God.’ What does it all mean? We are starving for the truth, beauty and goodness our humanity represents.” Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. in McGowan Hall.

The New Albany Deanery offers Theology on Tap on the first Tuesday of every month at Wick’s Pizza, 225 State St., in New Albany from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, call 812-923-8355. †

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