What is Theology on Tap
The Archdiocese of Chicago is excited to announce the launch of a revitalized Theology on Tap for Summer 2020! This year, Theology on Tap will be completely virtual through the Chicago Theology on Tap Facebook page.
Our summer series will begin with our kickoff event, “How Individuals Change Society: The Role of the Church (of faith) in Transforming Racial Injustice”. Join us for a panel discussion with the Most Reverend Bishop Joseph N. Perry, Auxiliary Bishop in the Archdiocese of Chicago for Vicariate Six, and Ms. Tanya Woods, the Executive Director of the Westside Justice Center. These two leaders in the Black community in Chicago will discuss the history of racial justice in our country and in the Catholic Church, the issues that have led to current injustices, and our own personal responsibility to help, guided by Jesus’ example.
Following the kickoff event, instead of asking parishes to host their own Theology on Tap series, the Archdiocese of Chicago will host a virtual series in order to keep everyone safe while still bringing our amazing community together. This series, titled “Voices on the Periphery,” will focus on listening to and amplifying the voices of those who may not have the biggest platform in our society. Each session will be open to all individual young adults, young adult groups and parishes across the archdiocese.
In these crazy times, you are invited to join us for this never-done-before, powerful Theology on Tap series. We might not be able to gather in person, but we can still grow in faith, hope and love together.