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Catholics Invade the Bar

FIRST...

Prepare to "INVADE THE BAR" by attending our 3-Week Virtue & Authentic Freedom Series - Monday's 12/6, 12/13, & 12/20 at 6:00 PM in Our Lady of Fatima's McGowan Hall.

THEN...

Join us for our 9-Week CATHOLICS INVADE THE BAR Theology Series - Wednesday's at H.H. Cotton's!

"Catholics Prepare To Invade The Bar"

Mondays at 6:00 in Our Lady of Fatima's McGowan Hall

December 6, 2021
“Living the Moral Life:
Virtue and Authentic Freedom, Pt 1”

Fr. William B. Goldin, SThD

December 13, 2021
“Living the Moral Life:
Virtue and Authentic Freedom, Pt 2”

Fr. William B. Goldin, SThD

December 20, 2021
“The Sacraments and Freedom:
The Mass in Slow Motion”

Fr. William B. Goldin, SThD

 

CATHOLICS INVADE THE BAR 9-WEEK SERIES, WEDNESDAY'S AT 6:00PM  |  H.H. COTTONS
"Patristics in the Pub"

December 29, 2021

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“How St. Clement of Rome Ruined My Life”
Dr. Matthew J. Thomas, DPhil (OXON)
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, CA

 


January 5, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“Drinking from Patristic Wells: Who are these Fathers of the Church After All?”
Fr. Austin D. Litke, OP, SThD (cand)
Instructor in Historical Theology
The Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC


January 12, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“Seeing God in the Flesh: Sacred Images and the Fathers of the Church”
Dr. Tikhon Pino, PhD
Assistant Director, The Pappas Patristic Institute
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Boston, MA Theology, Berkeley, CA

 

 

"Medievals and Mixology"
 

January 19, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“What Happens When You Eat God? St. Thomas Aquinas on the Effects of the Eucharist”
Fr. Jonah Teller, OP, STL
The Thomistic Institute
The Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC


January 26, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“St. Thomas Raises a Toast: Medieval Wisdom about Seeking & Giving Honor, Prestige, and Status”
Fr. Dominic Mary Verner, OP, STL
Theology Department
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN


February 2, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“Going Medieval on the Common Good: Church and State Mixology”
Fr. Henry Stephan, OP, STL
Medieval Institute
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

"The Magisterial Vineyard"
 

February 9, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“Reading the Bible Like a Catholic”
Fr. Llane B. Briese, SThD
Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture
St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary, Boynton Beach, FL


February 16, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **
 
“Magisterium Optimum: Teaching by Word and Example”
Fr. Claude Williams, O.Praem., MA
Pastor of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Wilmington, CA
Norbertine of St. Michael’s Abbey, Silverado, CA

February 23, 2022

** REGISTRATION CLOSED **

“Drinking at the Sources: What the Magisterium Really Is and Isn’t”
Fr. Hugh Barbour, O.Praem., PhD
Norbertine of St. Michael’s Abbey, Silverado, CA

 

SPACE IS LIMITED, RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED

Suggested $10/person donation for each speaker.
All proceeds from donations go to Religious & Civic/Military Charities.

 
 
 

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