Theology on Tap - Fulton/Oswego
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
7:00PM – 9:00PM
ADDRESSING THE ELEPHANT [AND DONKEY] IN THE ROOM: THE CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE ON VOTING
It's easy to feel like an orphan in American politics as a committed Catholic today. Catholics may often feel confused, disappointed, and even betrayed by the parties and politicians courting the "Catholic vote". But by understanding our responsibility for faithful citizenship, and what that actually consists of, we can participate in American civics a meaningful way, and hopefully win hearts and minds over in the process.
SPEAKER: Tim Fitzgerald
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Tim grew up and currently lives in Utica. He majored in government and politics at Utica College and earned his Master's degree in Public Administration from Binghamton University. He works for a local nonprofit that engages in economic development in the Mohawk Valley region. He is married, with one child, and is a parishioner at Our Lady of Lourdes in Utica. He is a Knight of Columbus at Council 185 in New York Mills.
TOT is for young adults, [Catholic or not!] Join us for FREE food, a fascinating talk, and fellowship.
[Babies in arms welcome]