Uncovering the Beauty of Vatican II: Living an Authentic Catholic Faith
A Theology on Tap Series
In the 1960’s the Church, led by the Holy Spirit, convened in a council to provide a “sure compass” that would guide us into the new millennium. Professor Lucas Pollice, a parishioner of St. Mark and Associate Professor of Theology and Catechetics for the Augustine Institute, is a passionate expert on this topic. In this extended Theology on Tap series, Lucas will help us deepen our understanding of the intention of the Vatican II council, uncovering the beauty of its true spirit and purpose. As Catholics, we all share the vocation of a call to holiness. Knowledge of our Catholic faith equips us to live authentically in the modern world and to be a light for the nations.
Join us for the first of six, awesome talks in this series on Sunday, September 23rd at St. Mark at 6:30pm. We’ll provide craft beer and pub food to help us relax together and sink into some fascinating discussion about our faith.