What can Marvel movies teach us about real life, especially about the Christian life? This talk explores the growth that Tony Stark experiences, from his first appearance in the Avengers movies as the most unlikely of heroes, through key choices that he makes which bring about a transformation in virtue, especially the virtue of fortitude. This talk will describe what virtue is, apply it to Tony Stark’s life, and give practical ways for us (mostly not genius billionaire philanthropic superheroes) to learn from unexpected sources how to grow in the Christian life.

 

BYOB (bring your own beverage) and join one of Marvel’s biggest fans for an evening of drinks, fellowship, and an unforgettable talk!

 

Place: St. Theresa the Little Flower Catholic Church

1644 Jackson Ave, Memphis, TN 38107

Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Date: Monday, May 17

 

*We’ll meet upstairs in Leppert Hall across the breezeway from the Church

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

 

Click HERE to reserve your spot today!

 

About our Speaker:

Sister Rita Marie O.P. of the Nashville Dominicans of St. Cecilia is one of Marvel’s biggest fans! Sister Rita Marie teaches theology at St. Benedict at Auburndale and is a part of the community of Nashville Dominicans of St. Cecilia residing at St. Paul in Whitehaven. She completed a thesis on this topic for a Master of Arts in Catholic Studies from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.