Friday, February 12, 2010

Holy Mutha Church! Theology on Tap On Smith Street, Brooklyn

For ye of little faith . . .
We just received word of a series of events call "Theology on Tap" from the Brooklyn Oratory of St. Phillip Neri: Beer on tap, free appetizers and conversation -- For spiritual seekers, those of little faith and big questions, and Catholics 21+

- Feb. 22: Holy Mutha Church! What everyone needs to know. Father Joel Warden, C.O., The Oratory Church of Saint Boniface

- March 8: Shaken not Stirred, Religion and Politics. Mollie Wilson O’Reilly, Associate Editor, Commonweal Magazine

- March 22: Catholics and Healthcare, WTF?! (What’s the Focus?) Charles C. Camosy, Assistant Theology Professor, Fordham University

All events start at 7pm at Ceol’s, 191 Smith Street, Brooklyn (two blocks from Bergen Street stop on the F train)

Theology on Tap is a great opportunity to meet and explore the questions of God, faith and ethical living. Every Theology on Tap offers a chance to get your fill of an engaging topic and fellowship and a fun local establishment. Sponsored by the Brooklyn Oratory of St. Phillip Neri. For information contact Father Anthony at

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