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ADW Theology on Tap
60 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
It's Okay to Not Be Okay: An Honest Conversation about Mental Health during COVID-19
Earlier this year, the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed our everyday lives in a way we never could have anticipated. Join us tonight for an honest conversation about mental health during COVID-19 as our panelists discuss questions such as: Why are our current mental health challenges unique to this moment in history? How are our spiritual and emotional lives connected? How do I know whether I need to see a spiritual director, a therapist, or both? How do I find a therapist? How do we balance the positive and negative consequences of social media, especially in regards to our mental health? How can we take care of ourselves in this next “phase” of the pandemic? Panelists: Colleen Campbell is the Coordinator of Formation Programs at the Catholic Apostolate Center in Washington, DC, and a PhD candidate in Catechetics and Religious Education at the Catholic University of America. She is co-author of The Art of Accompaniment: Theological, Spiritual, and Practical Elements of Building a More Relational Church. Fr. Nick Rokitka, is a member of the Order of Friars Minor Conventual. Fr. Nick completed his theology at the Catholic University of America in the spring of 2016 and was ordained a priest later that summer. Fr. Nick is currently the assistant director of formation at the house of formation for his order in Silver Spring, MD. Dr. Helena Orellana is a licensed clinical psychologist, Director of the IPS Center for Psychological Sciences, and an Adjunct Professor for the Psy.D. program. Her professional interests include the psychological and spiritual impact of trauma, psychodynamic and interpersonal theories, the supervision and training of graduate students, and the integration of a Catholic vision of the person with psychology.
66 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
Religion and Race: The Future of Anti-Racism and the Catholic Church
The killing of George Floyd sparked a renewed racial justice reckoning in our nation. The national response to police violence against Black Americans has affected our country and communities in a way previously unseen in a generation. These recent events have led our communities to examine more closely the impact that injustice and racism have on an individual, structural, and institutional level. As a result, more young Catholics have begun to engage in difficult conversations about the history and present reality of racism in the U.S. Catholic Church. This virtual Theology on Tap brought together a panel of young Black Catholic leaders to engage challenging questions about the spiritual and practical actions needed to work towards a culture of anti-racism, which values the equal dignity of every human life. The panel discussed the history of racism within the U.S. Catholic Church, how racial injustice exists in our communities today, the role of white privilege, and practical ways that Church leaders and young Catholics can work towards a more anti-racist and racially just Church. Four Black Catholic leaders explored questions such as: How has our nation’s history of racism influenced our understanding and structures of racism in the Catholic Church? How is racial injustice present in the Church today? How does white privilege play a role in propagating complacency with racism in our Church communities? What are practical steps that Catholics in leadership and in the pews can take towards a culture of anti-racism in our parishes and communities? In what ways can young Catholics actively work towards anti-racism and be true advocates for racial justice? Panelists Ogechi Akalegbere is a Nigerian-American who is the host, executive editor, and content creator for the podcast Tell Me, If You Can. She also works as the Christian service coordinator at Connelly School of the Holy Child. Fr. Robert Boxie is the chaplain at Howard University and the priest-in-residence at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Washington, DC. He had been the parochial vicar at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Largo, Maryland, since July 2017. Gerald Smith, Jr. is the principal at St. Thomas More Catholic Academy in Washington, DC, where he previously taught 4th-8th grade science. He formerly taught at Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Maryland. Shannen Dee Williams is the Albert Lepage Assistant Professor of History at Villanova University. She is the author of a forthcoming book with the working title Subversive Habits: Black Catholic Nuns in the Long African American Freedom Struggle.
45 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
Praying Like the Saints - Fr. Robert Kilner
Fr. Bob shares practical advice on our how take time for prayer in the busyness of our daily lives.
57 minutes | Feb 21, 2020
Real Vs. Ideal: Love, Dating, & Marriage
Our panel shares their real life tips and experience on love, dating and marriage
16 minutes | Jan 23, 2020
Looking Up Living Real Culture, Fr. Vincent DeRosa
Fr. Vincent DeRosa shows us the importance of looking up and outside of our selves towards beauty and truth in this Theology on Tap #tbt
24 minutes | Jan 9, 2020
A Restless Heart, Fr. Robert Boxie III
Fr. Robert Boxie III shares with us his 25 year long journey, from being a lawyer to entering seminary in this Theology on Tap #tbt.
43 minutes | Dec 26, 2019
Giving ourselves in a self-serving world
In this Theology on Tap #tbt, we are reminded of what it means to be prophets, kings and priests through our baptism and how we can serve others.
54 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
From Rome to Home, Bishop Frank Caggiano, Jonathan Lewis, Christopher White and Sarah Yaklic
In this Theology on Tap #tbt, Bishop Frank Caggiano, Jonathan Lewis, Christopher White and Sarah Yaklic share with us their experience of the Youth Synod, what was it like working along side the Pope, encountering the universal Church, and more.
27 minutes | Nov 28, 2019
Potatoes Politics and Parents: How to not get into arguments, Elise Italiano
In this Theology on Tap #tbt Thanksgiving edition, Elise Italiano offers five quick tips on how to communicate with family around the thanksgiving dinner table. Happy Thanksgiving!
31 minutes | Nov 25, 2019
God Is Calling...What Should I Do?
Sister Emily Beata Marsh is originally from the Buffalo, NY area. She entered the Daughters of St. Paul in 2007, professed vows in 2012, and has been stationed all over the country—including St. Louis, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Rome (Italy), and now Alexandria, Virginia—carrying out the Daughters’ mission of evangelization through the media. She has a degree in Theology from The Catholic University of America, and currently serves as the national vocation director of the Daughters of St. Paul.
49 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Uniting Mind and Heart in Spirit: A Spiritual and Psychological Approach
Listen as Fr. Dan Leary (St. Andrew Apostle Parish) and Jessie Tappel (Counselor at Alpha/Omega Clinic) share about the need for healing in our loves from both a spiritual and psychological perspective.
46 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
Catholic-Buddhist dialogue on Fasting, Matthew Regan and Fr. Don Perry
Matthew Regan and Fr. Don Perry, discuss the connections between fasting in both Buddhism and Catholicism, and the importance of fasting in everyday life in this Theology on Tap #tbt
33 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
From Despair to Hope, Michael Owens
Michael Owens shares with us his conversion story, and how he went from despair to hope in his search for Truth in this Theology on Tap #tbt
60 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
12 Years a Seminarian
57 minutes | Oct 17, 2019
Social Injustice of Abortion, Ryan Bomberger
In this Theology on Tap #tbt, Ryan Bomberger tells us his experience with adoption and abortion, his work with Radiance Foundation, and the importance of understanding the injustice of abortion.
50 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Suffering God's Timing: Christian Vocation & Waiting Well, Fr. Gregory Pine O.P.
175+ young adults met up at the monthly DC Theology on Tap for a talk by Fr. Gregory Pine O.P.!
63 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
States of Life
Father Christian Huebner joins us for our September Theology on Tap and speaks on the topic - States of Life.
43 minutes | Oct 3, 2019
Wild Ride from ESPN to Seminary, Fr. Anthony Federico
27 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
How to be a Catholic Influencer, Catherine Szeltner
In this Theology on Tap #tbt, Catherine Szeltner explains the importance of social communication and our responsibility to be the face of Catholicism wherever we go. She also offers pointers on how to be a better influencer with regards to our faith.
46 minutes | Sep 16, 2019
My Truth? Your Truth? Does "The Truth" Actually Exist?, Mike Tenney
Join us on this Theology on Tap as Mike Tenney talks to us about truth, whether or not the truth depends on each individual person or if there is a universal Truth.
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