Theology on Tap June series includes ‘Stump the Bishop’
A “Stump the Bishop” night on June 18 featuring Bishop Daniel R. Jenky, CSC, highlights a Theology on Tap series for Catholic young adults underway on Wednesdays in the month of June at Kelleher’s Irish Pub, 619 S.W. Water St. in Peoria.
Theology on Tap, offering an opportunity to discuss faith issues with friends in a relaxed setting, is coordinated in the Diocese of Peoria by the Office of Evangelization and Family Life. The gatherings begin at 6:30 p.m. with the talks starting at 7.
The Peoria series opened June 4 with a talk on “Spirit-Filled Evangelizers” by Sister Clara Maria Malay, SCTJM, who serves at the St. John Paul II Catholic Newman Center in Bloomington-Normal.
The remaining schedule includes:
June 11: “Archbishop Fulton Sheen — Son of Peoria, and Loyal Son of the Church,” an update on Venerable Fulton Sheen’s canonization cause by Msgr. Stanley Deptula, executive director of the Archbishop Fulton John Sheen Foundation, and Julie Enzenberger, staff assistant.
June 18: “Stump the Bishop,” an opportunity to ask Bishop Jenky any questions about the Catholic faith or the state of the church.
June 25: “Don’t Worry, Be Happy — The Catholic Approach to Understanding Happiness,” featuring a presentation by Father Joseph Mary Brown, CSJ, superior of the Community of St. John’s English-speaking novitiate house in Princeville.
There is no charge to attend Theology on Tap, but food and drink will be available for purchase. For more information, call Craig Dyke at (309) 671-1550.