Theology on Tap
January 9, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Date: January 9
Time: 7 PM
Location: Region Ale Tap House & Eatery 1080 US-41 Schererville, IN 46375
Come out, enjoy some quality beverages, and engage in a meaningful faith-based discussion.
Topic: Why care about the poor, immigrants, and the marginalized? Pope
Francis and the call to encounter
From the beginning of his papacy, Pope Francis has
championed the poor and marginalized and called us to do the same.
This session will highlight the pope’s teachings on the Social Gospel
and will provide the foundations from which it is based: Scripture,
the life of the early church, and Catholic social teaching. It will
conclude offering modern-day applications for how we might create a
culture of encounter in our everyday lives.
Speaker: Rachelle Kramer
Speaker Description: Rachelle Kramer is currently a doctoral student
in the Doctor of Ministry program at Catholic Theological Union in
Chicago. She has written and presented nationally to youth, young
adults, and those ministering to them and served as chair of the
Standing Committee for Youth for the National Association of Pastoral
Musicians. Rachelle has a passion for ministry with young adults,
having worked twelve years in college campus ministry settings at both
Marquette and Xavier University.