Who is Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu? What do Mother Teresa, Stanisłaus of Jesus and Mary, Maria Elizabeth Hesselblad, José Gabriel del Rosario, and José Luis Sánchez del Río have in common? What links June 5, September 5 and October 16? Learn the answers to this and more with Theology on Tap – Saintly Sinners on Monday, June 6 at Connolly’s Irish Pub! Join us at 6:45pm to order food, drinks and socialize. The speaker, Angela Calabro, begins at 7:30pm.
*Attendance at all or part of the 4-night series is welcome. The material presented each week does not require having heard the previous week’s talk.
About our speaker: Angela Calabro grew up in Greer, SC and is a graduate of Riverside High School. She then went on to earn a B.A. in Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville and a B.S. in Music Business from Middle Tennessee State University. She spent many years working for Family Theater Productions in Hollywood, where she was a Production Assistant and the IT/Social Media Coordinator, as well as the Submissions Coordinator of their internationally recognized student film festival. While in Hollywood, she taught St. Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body to artists in the Entertainment Industry, Confirmation, and RCIA. She is now pursuing an M.A. in Applied Catholic Theology of Marriage and Family at the Maryvale Institute in Birmingham, England, which will be completed in June 2016.