The Perfect Brew of Faith & Fun: Theology on Tap 

Tuesdays, July 18, 25, August 1 & 8 • 7:00 p.m. at Las Fuentes (2558 N. Halsted St.)

Theology on Tap (TOT) is a 4-week speaker and conversation series for young adults in their 20s and 30s, married or single. TOT is designed to provide a welcoming environment for young adults to connect with their peers and to engage topics pertinent to the faith and life of young adults. Our parish will be focusing on the "Learn It" track, where we will join together to focus on how each one of us can further develop our relationship with Jesus Christ and deepen our understanding of the Catholic faith.

All events this summer will be held at Las Fuentes (2558 N. Halsted St.). We begin at 7:00 p.m. with registration, food and drink. The program starts at 7:30 p.m. Spend less time in line and more time socializing. Pre-register for TOT here!

Each participant over 21 will receive one free drink ticket. If you bring a friend who has never been to Theology on Tap before, you and your guest will receive a second drink ticket. Las Fuentes will be offering a special $15 buffet option each night featuring an appetizer and entree. 

2017 Theology on Tap Speaker and Topics: 

 Tuesday, July 18:

 A Revolution of Tenderness

 Terri Hemmert, DJ at WXRT

We live in interesting times. In a recent TED talk, Pope Francis urged us to respond to these times with a "revolution of tenderness." Join us as we explore how contemporary music calls us to this tenderness, and why the only future worth building is on that includes everyone. 

Tonight's Theme: College Night! Wear attire from your alma mater or favorite school. 

 Tuesday, July 25

 I'm All Ears: Listening for God In a Noisy World

 Fr. Joe Simmons, Resident, St. Procopious Church

What voices come from God, which come from us, and which come from somewhere else? Fr. Joe Simmons will talk about some Ignatian tools for turning down the chatter to hear God's call in our life. 

Tonight's Theme: Hometown Pride! Wear attire from your hometown or state. 

 Tuesday, August 1: 

  The Gospel at Work 

  W. Paul Jones, CEO of Payless Shoe Store

How do we witness to the good news of Christ in our professional lives and allow it to transform the world through our work? Join us as Mr. Jones shares his experience as a Catholic professional and offers his insights for integrating faith into professional and daily live. 

Tonight's event is co-hosted by the Chicago chapter of Young Adult Professionals. Business casual attire welcomed. 

 Tuesday, August 8:

  Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People? A Catholic Response to    Suffering

  Fr. Peter Wojcik, Director of the Department of Parish Vitality and Mission

Suffering does not discriminate. Even people of strong faith can expect to face suffering in their lifetimes. So why do we suffer, and how does God figure into it? What insights does our faith offer us in times of suffering? 

Tonight's Theme: Chicago Teams! Wear attire from your favorite Chicago sports team. 

Volunteers Needed!

Over 60 volunteers are needed to help each summer with setup, cleanup, registration and hospitality! Volunteering is a great opportunity to meet fellow young adults and become more involved in the parish. Click here to sign up.

Questions? Contact Mike Henry for additional information.

Every summer Saint Clement partners with the Young Adult Ministry Office of the Archdiocese of Chicago to offer the very popular summer speaker series called Theology on Tap. 

Meet new people, enrich your faith, and enjoy a beer with other young adults in their 20s and 30s. Click here for additional information about our series, speakers, how to register, and more!

Date: July 25, 2017 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Theology on Tap 2016 - Timothy O’Malley

Timothy O’Malley - How To Read the Bible