Thu, Mar 02|
Theology Thursdays: Catholic Voices
Time & Location
Mar 02, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Parish Center, 406 E 80th St, New York, NY 10075, USA
About the event
The Catholic Church embraces people of every race, language and way of life.
Theology Thursday is offering a four week series where people speak of what it means for them to be Catholic and be a part of this diversity.
Each discussion will be held in the parish center's Angelo Room at 7pm. (406 E 80th St.)
Time for discussion and questions will follow each person's talk.
MARCH 2nd - LGBTQ+ and Catholic
Fr. Michael Lynch a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn (and who grew up in St. Monica Parish) will speak about his experience with the Catholic LGBTQ+ community.
MARCH 9th - Black and Catholic
Deacon Rodney Beckford, serving at St. Charles Borromeo -Resurrection-All Saints parish in Harlem, and Director of the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Memorial Center-Harlem Catholic Charities will speak on African American Catholic experience.
MARCH 16th- Catholic at the Margins
Ms. Joanne Kennedy, Director at Mary House, speaks about her life and work as a member of the Catholic Worker movement, their engagement for human rights, peace and justice.
MARCH 23rd- Catholic and Undocumented
Ms. Dennisse Lebron speaks about her life growing up as a Dreamer, her advocacy for immigrant families and what it is like for the undocumented in our Church and our city.
PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE www.stelmo79.org or call the parish center 212.288.6250 to let us know you will be attending. We want to have a seat for you!