Theology on Tap

Theology on Tap is a speaker series for young adults on matters of the Catholic faith.  Young Adults gather together in a relaxed setting either in a restaurant or bar to enjoy the speaker's presentation, learn more about their faith, and to engage in meaningful conversation.  Theology on Tap is held on the third Monday of every month at various establishments around the Diocese.

There is no cost to attend or to register!  Participants are welcome to purchase food and beverage from the menu.  


UPCOMING EVENTS

"Faith on the Job: Maintaining Values in the Workplace" Series - Lehigh Valley, Summer 2017

In an increasingly secular world, it can be challenging to grow in faith as a practicing Catholic while being immersed in a secular workplace. Each night of our Faith on the Job series will introduce a professional in a different career field as they share the experiences and insights they have gained from finding success in the working world while also holding true to their Catholic morals and values.

Some of our presenters have faced difficult moral dilemmas throughout their careers, and some have even risked losing their job by refusing to act contrary to the teachings of the Catholic Church. All of them have sought to strike the delicate balance between faith and work. Throughout this series they will share their stories.

The following events will take place on the published dates from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Allentown Brew Works High Gravity Lounge (second floor):

June 19: Mr. Joseph Zator, CEO, Zator Law

July 17: Deacon Hugh Carlin, Former Anesthesiologist, St. Luke's Hospital

August 21: Mr. Mike Guman, Vice President, Oppenheimer Funds and Former NFL Player, Los Angeles Rams

TOT Summer Series 2017 Flyer


COVERAGE FROM PREVIOUS THEOLOGY ON TAP EVENTS:
 

July 2017 - Lehigh Valley

Faith on the Job: Maintaining Values in the Workplace - Deacon Hugh Carlin

June 2017 - Lehigh Valley

Faith on the Job: Maintaining Values in the Workplace - Joseph Zator

November 2016 - Berks County

The Problem of Evil: Finding God in Violence - Rev. David Kozak