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Darius Villalobos is the Director for the Young Adult Ministry Office (YAM) for the Archdiocese of Chicago. He is a young adult and has over a decade of experience working with youth and young adults as a catechist, youth minister, and retreat director.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Theology on Tap is Alive and Well!

As the summer comes into full swing, the Young Adult Ministry Office (YAM) has been through a lot of changes. However, we are very happy that one thing that has stayed the same is Theology-on-Tap.

Theology-on-Tap (TOT) is a free 4-week speaker and conversation series for young adults in their 20s and 30s, married and single. Thirty-one parishes and ministry centers will be hosting Theology-on-Tap. We here at the Young Adult Ministry Office would love to have you join us.

Theology-on-Tap includes some of the best speakers and topics for young adults. These talks are meant to help young adults learn more about the Catholic faith, help them grow in the practice of their faith, and answer questions they have about how the Church relates to the world and society of today.

You can find a full listing of all the Theology-on-Tap sites, speakers and topics on the Young Adult Ministry website: www.yamchicago.org. You can easily find a Theology-on-Tap location near you.

We at the Young Adult Ministry Office would love to hear your thoughts, comments, or suggestions about Theology-on-Tap and other Young Adult Ministry programs and needs. Please contact us at yam@yamchicago.org or at 312-466-9473. We will be moving our offices by the end of the month, but you will easily be able to connect with us by e-mail or facebook.

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