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
704 Madison Ave, Memphis, TN 38103
Time: 6:30 PM
Date: Monday, April 29
About Our Speaker:
Originally from the Washington DC area, Sally Harlan is a recent transplant to Memphis. After completing a degree in Government from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, she moved to Memphis in 2013 as a Teach for America Corps Member.
She taught in high-poverty schools for four years with TFA and developed a passion for this city and for working with young people. During this time, Sally seriously discerned a vocation to religious life, but ultimately felt God was calling her to stay in Memphis and begin working full-time in ministry.
Sally began working for the Diocese of Memphis in the Fall of 2016 and hasn’t looked back since. She has a Graduate Certificate in Theology and is in the process of completing her M.A. in Theology from the Augustine Institute.
Along with her husband, Matt, she spends her days caring for their eight month-old daughter. Matt and Sally have a deep love for the Catholic faith. They love walking alongside other young people who are striving to follow God’s will in their lives.