Everything from Catholic quirks to immigration issues will be discussed during the latest installments of Theology on Tap.
The periodic gathering on Wednesdays during April and May is a chance for young adults to discuss issues of faith. All talks are at 7:30 p.m. at Nola’s BBQ, 4775 Lake Ave. in Charlotte.
Upcoming topics include:
* April 11: Father Doug Della Pietra, pastor of Henrietta’s Church of the Good Shepherd, will present “‘Once a Catholic …’ What to do when you (or someone you love) has been hurt by the church.”
* April 18: Sister Connie Derby, director of archives and records for the diocese, will discuss “‘Catholic dot com’ How being Catholic changes life online …”
* April 25: Father Lee Chase, pastor of St. Thomas More Church in Brighton, will speak on “‘Catholic Quirks’ Why Catholics do the weird things we do …”
* May 2: Jamie Fazio, Catholic campus minister at Nazareth College, will speak about “‘I’m spiritual, but not religious’ Do you really need church? What’s the point?”
* May 9: Sister Donna DelSanto, he Sisters of St. Joseph’s vocation director, will speak about “‘Profits versus Prophets’ Making ethical decisions in the workplace.”
* May 16: Father Jesus Flores, diocesan coordinator of migrant ministry, will speak about “‘This land is your land, this land is my land … ‘ Immigration and the Catholic Church.”
The events are cosponsored by the diocese and the parishes of the Eastern Greece Planning Group. For details, call 585/328-3228, ext. 1218.