A casual gathering where we can have a glass of wine, socialize, hear a brief presentation, and ask questions in order to gain a deeper understanding of our faith.
September 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Speaker: Maureen Day, Ph.D.
Topic: Practicing Mindfulness in the Everyday
About the topic: It has become habit for busy Catholics to bracket time off for a retreat so they can tune out of the world and tune into God. Imagine, instead, a new way of practicing your faith in which retreats were a place where you could more deeply process the intimacy, reflection, rest, and prayerfulness you were already seeing in your everyday life. Through mindfulness and intentionality, this discussion will provide participants with a new awareness of life that will open our imagination and lives to a deeper sense of holiness and God’s presence in daily living.
Monday, May 15, 2023 with Serena Arts
Topic: Homelessness and Street Health at Fr Joe’s
About the Speaker: Serena is a Nurse Practitioner since 1999 and graduated from the University of San Diego (USD) with a doctorate in 2019. Serena has worked & volunteered in a variety of settings in San Diego, Kauai, Arizona, and has attended 2 missions. Serena’s practice has always centered on the underserved and has been working at Fr Joe’s since 2019 where she deals with Street Health, MAT (opioid treatment), hepatitis C treatment, wound care, and general clinic work.
Monday, April 17, 2023 with Dr. Emily Makhlouf
Topic: Catholic Healthcare Ethics
About the topic: We will touch on topics regarding prenatal screening, euthanasia, artificial nutrition and hydration as well as organizational ethics as it pertains to healthcare economics.
Monday, October 17, 2022 with Fr. Steve Callahan
Topic: The Making of a Cardinal
Monday, Sept. 19 2022 with Brian Curry
Topic: Introduction to Scripture
Monday, June 6, 2022 with Fr. Steve Callahan
Topic: Mercy and the Law
Monday, Feb. 21, 2022
About the Topic: The Camino de Santiago or the Way of Saint James, is a pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. The remains of the Apostle Saint James the Great were buried here and discovered by a shepherd in the 9th century.
Join Deacon Patrick and Danielle McCay as they share their unique experience and trip of a lifetime, walking over 500 miles in 36 days. They will cover some background on the pilgrimage, their experience with the Camino in the time of COVID, tips for anyone considering the pilgrimage, Holy Year celebrations, Spirituality on the Camino, God moments, and more.
Sept. 20, 2021 with Dr. Scott French
What if God loves us so much that he has given us 21st century evidence of the Resurrection, which is the defeat of death?
May 2021 with David Bates – Mary in the Old Testament
Enjoy our past recorded sessions!
Theology “Uncorked” started at Saint Brigid back in 2006 when we were the “Saint Brigid Adult Community.” In 2011, we became the SAN DIEGO CATHOLIC ADULT COMMUNITY, working with several local parishes.