We all have a longing to find happiness in our lives. But this happiness is circumstantial, dependent on other people, things, places, thoughts, and events. Joy on the other hand, is the abiding and pervasive sense of well being. This is the joy we were made for! Come join us at Theology on Tap where […]

“The desire for God is written in the human heart, because man is created by God and for God; and God never ceases to draw man to himself. Only in God will he find the truth and happiness he never stops searching for.” (CCC 27) Believing in and knowing God is at the very core […]

To kick off our Summer Series for Theology on Tap, we are delighted to announce that Bishop David Talley will be speaking about his Personal Reflections on Pope St. John Paul the Great. One of the longest serving popes in history, with his pontificate lasting nearly 27 years, JPII holds a special place in the hearts […]

Mystagogy is the ancient Christian practice of learning to “see” the invisible. In this talk, Fr. Robbie Favazza will help us see the connection between the rituals we participate in at Mass, the saving events of the Old Testament, and the very life of Christ. Place: Crosstown Brewing Co. 1264 Concourse Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38104 […]

Scandal, betrayal, tragedy, division…you name it, we’re got it in the Church. This year has been full of heartbreaking and outraging headlines that have some Catholics questioning their faith. Join us as Sally Harlan, Associate Director for Campus & Young Adult Ministry, shares the reason for her hope in troubled times. Place: Trolley Stop Market […]

This is the booming age of productivity planners, life hacks, mindfulness journals, and all things success-oriented. It’s not surprising once you consider how much information bombards us each day. The human soul is searching for ways to figure out and focus on what is most important for a fulfilling life. Sam Mauck, Director of Youth, […]

Science has shown that people who have close friendships are happier, more successful and even more physically and emotionally healthy. And in our hyper-connected culture, it may seem like it’s never been easier to make and maintain relationships. But is that true? A recent study showed that 1 in 5 adults identify as being lonely. […]

For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me.’ Then the righteous will answer him and say, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, […]

Many people today describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious.” According to a recent Pew Research Survey, almost 27% of U.S. adults describe themselves as spiritual, but do not attend any church regularly.  a priest for the Catholic Diocese of Memphis, will talk with us about this growing segment of the American population. Place: Trolley […]

Everything seemed perfect in Lauren & Scott’s marriage, until they decided to start a family. That’s when they discovered infertility issues and were faced with the question of what’s next? Through grace, trust and teamwork they eventually found themselves pursuing adoption. The heartbreaking roller-coaster of a process taught them how to love each other, perfect […]