In the tradition of Theology on Tap, we want to extend the invitation for a fun, faith-formation opportunity for adults. All events will be held in the parish chapel (642 W. Deming Place). We begin at 6:30 pm with registration, appetizers and drinks. The program starts at 7:00 pm.

This year's speakers include: 

Thursday, August 3:

Jesus: The Story You Thought You Knew

Keith Strohm, Director of the Office for the New Evangelization, Archdiocese of Chicago 

Deacon Keith Strohm is the former Director of the Office for the New  Evangelization and a deacon for the Archdiocese of Chicago. A well-known international speaker and conference keynote, he has helped tens of thousands of men and women hear the Gospel message and encounter the mercy, love, and power of Jesus Christ. Deacon Keith has extensive experience in creating and sustaining processes and programs of evangelization and formation at the group, parish, and diocesan level that focus on the making, maturation, and missioning of disciples of Jesus Christ. He is also the Executive Director of M3 Ministries and a long-time teacher and collaborator with the Catherine of Siena Institute. He is a co-author, along with six other collaborators, with Sherry Weddell for the book Becoming a Parish of Intentional Disciples—a follow-up to the bestselling book, Forming Intentional Disciples. His latest book, Jesus: The Story You Thought You Knew, is available from Our Sunday Visitor. 

         Thursday, August 10: 

          The Only Thing Constant Is Change: Spiritual Tools for Navigating                     Transitions

          Beth Knobbe

Beth Knobbe lives an intentional single life and is passionate about sharing her faith with others. She earned a Master of Divinity degree from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, and she has a Bachelor of Science degree from Briar Cliff University. She currently serves as a relationship manager with Catholic Relief Services—working with dioceses and universities to engage Catholics in living their faith in solidarity with the poor around the world. Beth has traveled extensively and also shares her time writing and speaking about the spiritual life. She is the author of Party of One: Living Single with Faith, Purpose, and Passion and Finding My Voice: A Young Woman's Perspective.