Theology on Tap
provides an opportunity for Catholic adults to explore their faith in a casual atmosphere. Engaging presentations challenge us to integrate our faith into our daily lives. Come join us over a mug of beer or a glass of wine while you deepen your understanding of what it means to be a Catholic Christian in today’s world.
Theology on Tap events are held upstairs at the Schlafly Tap Room located at 2100 Locust Street in downtown St. Louis. The presentations will begin at 7:00 PM sharp, so be sure to come early to buy drinks and find a seat.
ADMISSION IS FREE AND ALL ARE WELCOME!
Please Join Us for These Events of the
2011-2012 Theology on Tap Season
JANUARY 31, 2012
THE CHANGING MASS: LOVE IT, HATE IT, OR STILL CONFUSED BY IT?
By Fr. Jim Brobst, O.M.I.
The language we all use during the Mass is changing. Fr. Brobst helps us explore some of the questions these changes may inspire: What is my experience of the Mass? How does it relate to my life? How does it form or inform my relationship with God? How will the new language make the experience of the Mass different—more beautiful, more challenging, or simply a change of words?
FEBRUARY 28, 2012
AN EVENING WITH THE ARCHBISHOP: A Q&A SESSION FOR YOUNG ADULTS
With Archbishop Robert Carlson
Young adults are invited to spend a convivial evening with St. Louis’ Archbishop Robert Carlson. Come with your questions—he will be there to hear from you and to share his thoughts with you. Be sure to come early—seating is limited in the Schlafly Tap Room to 200 guests!