Theology on Tap recordings from the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Fr. Ryan Pietrocarlo, CSC "Relationships - Reflecting God's Love" Summer 2023 TOT Series
Fr. Ryan Pietrocarlo, CSC spoke on how we can experience beauty through and reflect God's love in our relationships with others in week 4 of the Summer 2023 TOT series in Fort Wayne.
Fr. Terry Coonan "Forgiveness - Reflecting God's Mercy" Summer 2023 TOT Series
Fr. Terry Coonan spoke on how to experience and share forgiveness in week 3 of the summer 2023 Theology on Tap series.
Sr. Ignatia Henneberry, OSF "Made in His Image - Reflecting God" Summer 2023 TOT Series
Sr. Ignatia Henneberry, OSF spoke on the dignity of the human person for Week 2 of the 2023 TOT Summer Series in Fort Wayne.
"Dignity of Work" Panel Discussion_Summer 2023 TOT Series
The Theology on Tap Summer Series for 2023 began with a panel discussion featuring: Marianne Stroud, Tricia Koob, Nick Cooper, and Kyle Craig speaking on "The Dignity of Work."
Megan Quigley - "Identity and Friendship" - Winter 2023 TOT Series
Megan Quigley was the 4th and final speaker of our Winter 2023 TOT series. She spoke on the importance of friendship and offered a testimony of her experience of Christian friendship.
Megan is a Fort Wayne native and an alumna of the University of Saint Francis, where she now serves as the Assistant Director of the Assisi Program for Discipleship and Leadership. She loves walking alongside college students in their walk with the Lord and helping them embrace their unique missions in life. When she is not working or studying for grad school, she is probably making a mess in the kitchen, listening to music, thrift shopping, strolling around Fort Wayne, or eating soup and reading at Anastasia’s Café. She would be nothing without the deep friendship of Jesus and the gift of others who reveal His face in her life.
Brittany Tull - "Identity and Community" - Winter 2023 TOT Series
Brittany Tull was the 3rd speaker in our Winter 2023 TOT series. She spoke on the importance of community for us as Christians, how it forms and impacts us, and how we are called to build community.
Brittany Tull works in Youth and Young Adult Ministry at Saint Pius X in Granger, IN. Brittany grew up in the Tampa Bay area and made her way to the Midwest for college when she attended Franciscan University of Steubenville. Following graduation, she earned her Master’s Degree in Theology from Notre Dame through the Echo Program. She began her professional career working in youth and young adult ministry in Houston, TX; then moved back to South Bend in 2018 to get engaged and married to her husband, Jimmy. Brittany’s hobbies include hiking with her family, playing violin and guitar, and popping out from behind furniture to make her 1 year old giggle.