Three installments remain in the summer Theology on Tap program, a series of discussions for young adults in their 20s and 30s. The summer series, held at Johnny’s Irish Pub, 1382 Culver Road, Rochester, is sponsored by the Winton-Culver Catholic Community.
The remaining topics include:
* Aug. 2: “Does the Bible Really Say Women Can’t Cut Their Hair?” This discussion on biblical literalism and how Catholics read the Bible will be led by Father George Heyman, pastor of Catholic Community of the Blessed Trinity.
* Aug. 9: “If There’s One God Why Are There So Many Religions?” This discussion on whether God really cares if people are Christian and why people are judgmental will be led by Father Lee Chase, pastor of St. Thomas More Parish in Brighton.
* Aug. 16: “Is It a Sin to Be Middle Class?” This discussion will be led by Sister Kathleen Wayne, who is vocations director for the Sisters of Mercy of Rochester and coordinator of faith formation at Rochester’s Blessed Sacrament Parish. During her talk, she will pose the question “Do you have to sell everything you own to be a good Christian?”
Each session will be held at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.dor.org/ec/yaandcampusministry/events.htm or call 585/328-3228, ext. 1375.