Sunday, July 13, 2014
Archdiocese of Milwaukee Sponsors "Theology On Tap" Once Again!
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee, along with the John Paul II Center and the Nazareth Proect, is once again sponsoring a summer speaker series for young adults in their 20's and 30's called "Theology on Tap". This series is in place to engage and excite men and women in their Catholic faith. The summer series is held at various locations throughout the Archdiocese during July and early August. Each site holds four weekly sessions featuring different topics and presenters.
One presentation that may be of interest to many is a topic entitled, " Rock-A-Bye Baby: Challenges of Being a Cradle Catholic." and is being presented by Talia Westerby at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.
Talia Westerby is currently the Director of Visitor Services at the Basilica of St. Josaphat and a board member of Arise Milwaukee. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Education and Music from Butler University and her Masters in Lay Ministry from Cardinal Stritch University. She loves to play Ultimate Frisbee, where she met her husband, Carl. Although she did not achieve her life-long goal of becoming the first female wide receiver of the Green Bay Packers, she still values the Hail Mary and spends her time trying to fall more passionately in love with Christ everyday.
Please check out Talia and other great speakers during this fun and inspiring series. Talia's presentation begins on Monday July 14th at 7pm in the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist Atrium. Free food and drinks are included with no registration required! Hope to see you there!