Theology Uncorked

Theology Uncorked

FREE! Talk, Food & Wine*

Reconnect with your Faith or Connect for the first time...

Theology Uncorked is a gathering of conversation for the believers, the curious and the skeptics.                                                                                                            *(First glass of wine is on the house!)                                                                          Third Thursday of the month 6:30-8:00 PM at Hart's Hill Inn Whitesboro, NY

We’re back at Hart’s Hill Inn for Theology Uncorked!

Due to COVID-19 restrictions capacity limit will be 50 and reservations are required. For everyone's safety, masks are required and may be taken off at your table while eating. Social distancing will be enforced. If you would like to register for the upcoming Theology Uncorked email debbie@thegoodnewscenter.org.

October 15 - We welcome Fr. Francis R. Vivacqua, Pastor of St. Mary’s Church in Ballston Spa, NY.  Ordained to the priesthood in 2016 for the Diocese of Albany, Fr. Vivacqua is a native of Central New York. As a graduate of The Catholic University of America, Fr. Vivacqua continues to minister to people who are on various points of their spiritual journey with Jesus.  Through many travels Fr. Vivacqua is inspired to preach on the Cross, believing that when we strongly hold onto the Cross of Jesus, we shall receive his love, mercy and compassion. 

Topic:“The Three Crosses – The Center of Our Life” -A reflection inspired by the writings of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J Sheen.

As they walked toward the bottom of Mt. Calvary, as their eyes looked up toward the sky, it was then in which they noticed three wooden crosses planted on top of the hill.  Each of the three crosses on Mt. Calvary symbolize more than wood on top of a hill. Through this reflection of The Three Crosses, participants are encouraged to think about their relationship with Christ; past, present and future. Many of us have faced the challenges of carrying our own crosses in life. The cross of the past and the cross of the future become a reality when we focus on the cross of the present. During a period of time which has caused many of us to pause and reflect upon our relationship with Jesus, this presentation will hopefully provide some insight on the love of Christ and his enduring power of forgiveness. 

November 12 - Rev. Abraham Esper from St. John the Baptist Church in Rome, NY, Topic: “Parish”

December- Off for the Holidays

January 21- Friar Rick Riccioli, OFM Conv.  from Assumption Church, Syracuse, NY, Topic: “Befriending the Wolf Inside You”

 
                                                    
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