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"Theology on Tap" at Saint Xavier University
Saint Xavier University's Office for University Ministry will host Theology on Tap, a speaker and discussion series for Catholics in their 20s and 30s, during July.
Sessions will be held on four consecutive Wednesday evenings, beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Wed., July 11 at in McDonough Chapel at SXU's Chicago campus, 3700 W. 103rd St. All sessions are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
The following sessions are scheduled:
- Wed., July 11 - "Why Should I Go to Church?" with Fr. John Cusick, Director of Young Adult Ministry, Archdiocese of Chicago.
- Wed., July 18 - "The God of Our Everyday Lives" with Kate DeVries, Associate Director of Young Adult Ministry, Archdiocese of Chicago.
- Wed., July 25 - "Young Adult Experience: Strategies for the Young Adult Years" with Rachel Caron, Pastoral Associate, Saint Andrew Parish.
- Wed., Aug. 1 - "Jesus: Is He the One or Shall We Look for Another?" with Graziano Marcheschi, Executive Director for University Ministry, Saint Xavier University.
This program originated in the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1981 and is now hosted at nearly 40 sites throughout the Archdiocese, as well as in numerous other dioceses across the country.
For more information, please contact Jim Bruton at email@example.com.
More About Saint Xavier University
Saint Xavier University is an independent, comprehensive Catholic university that offers bachelor's and master's degrees to a diverse population of more than 5,000 students. It is located in Chicago, just over the Oak Lawn border. Saint Xavier draws many students from Oak Lawn and surrounding southwest suburbs. In addition to its Chicago campus, it has campuses in the Loop and in Orland Park, focused on continuing education and professional studies, including a veterinarian tech program. Saint Xavier was founded by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, who continue to sponsor the university through the Conference for Mercy Higher Education. It is Chicago's oldest Catholic university, established in 1846. The college was rebuilt after it was destroyed in the Chicago Fire in 1871. It continues to be ranked among the top 25 percent of all the midwest master's comprehensive universities, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2011 ranking for best colleges in the midwest. The university ranks thirty-fourth of 142 regional colleges, and is ranked fifth in Illinois. Rankings are based on a set of metrics that are said to reflect a postsecondary institution's quality. The university offers 43 undergraduate majors; more than 40 graduate program options in arts and sciences, business, education and nursing; and a variety of program options in continuing and professional studies. Ninety percent of the students receive financial aid. The university also has an active veterans support program, for veterans participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program and veterans requiring disability accommodations, including financial aid. It maintains deep connections to surrounding communities. University facilities, such as the library, health clinic and religious services, are open to the public, as are sports and cultural events.