Young adults set to discuss varied issues - Catholic Courier

Young adults set to discuss varied issues

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.

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