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• Open to young adults ages 18-40, single and married
• Focus on Catholic Faith, Service, and Social enrichment
• Events held every second Saturday of the month unless otherwise noted
• Respond to special parish needs through service and involvement
• For St. Barbara Young Adult Information, contact: Brad Zamora or Angela Jordan at: or Fr. Dennis Ziomek

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5th Annual Theology on Tap
Tuesdays, July 12, 19, 26 & Aug. 1, (TOT Bulletin Fax)
7:00 Refreshments & Nosh, 7:30 p.m. Presentation

Join other single persons and married couples in the 20s & 30s. Meet other young adults who are interested in:

bulletHearing great speakers
bulletSharing interesting conversation
bulletBuilding new relationships

We hope to see ALL of the Young Adults to share great conversation, great food and drinks, and a great speaker. We welcome all 18-40 to join us and develop lasting relationships with other fellow Young Adults in the community. This program is free. We do welcome any donations.

• July 12, Fr. Pat Brennan, Jesus and The Reign of God: What Did He Mean?
Fr. Pat Brennan is the director of Mission Integration of Pastoral Care at The Clare and assists at Thomas the Apostle in Naperville. He is the former pastor of Holy Family Parish in Inverness. A practicing psychotherapist, he holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

• July 19, Mr. Todd Williamson, The Roman Missal: What's Changing at Mass and Why?
Mr. Todd Williamson is the director for the Office for Divine Worship with the Archdiocese of Chicago. He is an author and presenter in the areas of liturgy and sacraments, and ministers in the Archdiocese of Chicago teaching religion and theology. .

• July 26, Dr. Terry Nelson Johnson, The Art of Intimacy: A Good Conversation Is Long Overdue
Dr. Nelson-Johnson is director of faith formation at Old St. Patrick’s Church. He was on the faculty of Loyola Academy.  He holds a Doctorate in Ministry from the University of St. Mary of the Lake.

• August 1, Fr. William O'Shea, Conscience: How to Make a Moral Decision
Fr. O’Shea grew up in St. Philip Neri Parish in Chicago. As a priest in the Diocese of Joliet he ministered in DuPage & Kane county parishes. He has lectured on scripture & ethics at Rosary College (Dominican U), is now retired, and assists weekends at Old St. Patrick's Church.

6/27/11 DZ