Theology on Tap sessions near close for 2014
Theology on Tap, the speaker-and-fellowship program for young adults, is winding up its 2014 summer program at sites throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
TOT is open to all young adults, ages 18-39, singles and couples, regardless of religious affiliation. All programs begin at 7:30 p.m. except where noted. The sites, dates, topics and speakers are listed here in chronological order (based on starting date).
— St. Mary of the Assumption Church, 7215 Newlin Ave., Whittier: July 25: “Who Wants $20?” Vanessa Gallardo. Aug. 1: “The Bible: Definitely Better than the Movie,” Fr. Chris Bazyouros.
— St. Louise de Marillac Church, 1720 Covina Blvd, Covina (7 p.m.): July 27: “The Bible: Definitely Better than the Movie,” Fr. Chris Bazyouros. Aug. 3: “Learning Spirituality from Pope Francis,” Fr. Felix Just.
— Loyola Marymount University (University Hall, Suite 3700), 1 LMU Dr., Los Angeles: July 27: “Mystics and Saints in the Americas,” Brett Hoover.
— St. Denis Church, 2151 S. Diamond Bar Blvd., Diamond Bar: July 28: “Teach Us to Pray! Prayer for Beginners and Beyond,” Douglas Leal.
— St. Finbar Church, 2010 W. Olive Ave., Burbank: July 29: “The Living of Life Is Prayer,” Margaret Matijasevic.
— St. Monica Church, 725 California Ave., Santa Monica: July 29: “The Love Conversation: Preparing Yourself,” Paige Marrs.
— St. Andrew Church, 140 Chestnut St., Pasadena: July 30: “Living Under the Influence,” Deacon Bill & Sue Spies.
— St. Philomena Church, 21900 S. Main St., Carson: July 31: “Mystics and Saints in the Americas” Brett Hoover.
— USC Caruso Center, 844 W. 32nd Street; Los Angeles: July 31: “Seven Deadly Sins of Social Media,” Delis Alejandro & Christine Gerety.
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