At the Theology on Tap last month, held at Flip Flopz Bar and Grill in Wildwood, Jeff Shields, left, provided the musical entertainment, while speakers Ron and Kathy Feher spoke to young adults on marriage and relationships.
Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
The Camden Diocese’s Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministries is hosting “Theology on Tap” on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m., at Landmark Americana Tap and Grill, 1 East Mullica Hill Road, in Glassboro.
The evening’s topic is “A Faith That Frees: Catholic Matters for the 21st Century,” with speaker, Jesuit Father Richard Malloy.
Father Malloy is the vice president for University Ministries at Scranton University. A cultural anthropologist by discipline, Father Malloy’s areas of research and interest include poverty in urban areas, Latinos and immigration, the interaction between Catholic higher education and contemporary culture and the interaction of current cultural trends with the understanding, practice and living of our faith. His book, A Faith That Frees: Catholic Matters for the 21st Century, was honored by the Catholic Press Association in 2008 in the category of Best Presentation of the Catholic Faith.
Entering the Jesuits in 1976, Father Malloy lived and served at Holy Name Church in North Camden from 1998-2003.
Theology on Tap is a discussion series geared to Catholic young adults and their friends, married and single, in their late teens (18-19), 20s, and 30s.
The evening starts at 7 p.m., with $10 buffet.
For more information, call the Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministries at 856-583-6121, e-mail theologyontap@cam