“you yourself a sword will pierce so that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed.” – Luke 2:35

“When our crosses weigh heavily upon us let us recourse to Mary who is called by the church Comfortress of the afflicted and by Saint John Damascene the Remedy for all sorrows of the heart.” – St. Alphonsus Liguori

 

BYOB (bring your own beverages) and join us for our March Theology on Tap where Deacon Jeff Drzycimski will tell us how we can embrace the beauty of suffering and find the joy and hope within our daily crosses, through Mary’s example and with her by our side.

 

Place: St. Louis Catholic Church Clunan Center

203 S White Station Rd, Memphis, TN 38117

Time: 7:00 PM 

Date: Thursday, March 18

 

*NOTE: Due to COVID, we will be limiting the number of in person attendees to 50. Register here. If you no longer can make it, please cancel your order, so your spot can open up to someone else. We’ll also be livestreaming the evening for those who wish to watch from home. Masks required.

About our speaker:
Deacon Jeff Drzycimski is a Permanent Deacon for the Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee. He is a speaker at conferences, retreats and parishes, an author and the host of the nationally syndicated radio talk show and podcast The Catholic Cafe, heard weekly on nearly 1000 stations worldwide – including EWTN and Guadalupe Radio, as well as on Apple Podcasts. Visit the “Luxurious Corner Booth” of The Catholic Cafe and listen online at www.thecatholiccafe.com.Deacon Jeff works as Director of Catechetical & Sacramental Formation for the Diocese of Memphis. He and his wife of over 30 years have 9 children, and are members of St. Louis Catholic Church in Memphis where he serves as Deacon. Deacon Jeff graduated from the University of Memphis in 1985 with a BA in Communications. For more information about The Catholic Cafe or to find out how to invite Deacon Jeff to speak at your event, send him an email at deaconjeff@thecatholiccafe.com.