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• What...
  
Summer at The Cellar
• When...
  
June 26, 2014
  
July 7, 2014
  
July 17, 2014
  
July 28, 2014
  
August 7, 2014
   7:00-8:30pm

• Where...
  
The Cellar Lounge,
   Waterloo [
map]

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Cost...
  Minimum $2.50 purchase. 
  Open to the Public.
  No pre-registration.

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Summer at The Cellar
A Continuing Enrichment Opportunity for
Catholic Adults and Young Adults


Our popular summer and winter Cellar programs offer Catholic adults and young adults an opportunity to learn and grow in a comfortable, familiar environment at The Cellar lounge in downtown Waterloo. 

We choose presenters from among pastors and pastoral leaders on both the local and diocesan level.  We ask them to address a variety of interesting and important issues which shape the lives of Catholic adults and young adults in the Church today.

Presenters and participants alike appreciate the relaxed and informal atmosphere which contributes to a stimulating combination of presentation and discussion.  Food and beverages are available before, during and after the presentations.

Cellar programs are open to the public.  No pre-registration.
We suggest a minimum purchase or contribution of $2.50.

The Cellar Lounge is located at  320 East Fourth Street, on the lower level of CU Restaurant, in downtown Waterloo. [Click here for map]
• Access and parking is available in the rear.
• Access is limited for individuals who are physically handicapped.
• CU Restaurant and The Cellar accept CVCS Scrip.

Our Summer and Winter at The Cellar programs are made
possible in part by a grant from the
Archbishop Kucera Center for Catholic Intellectual
and Spiritual Life at Loras College.

Take-Away

Adults and young adults who participate in this opportunity will:
• learn more about important issues which affect our lives as Catholic
  Christians.
• have an opportunity to dialog with distinguished pastoral leaders,
  theologians and academics.
• appreciate the challenges and opportunities of a changing Church
  in a changing world.

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Current Schedule
Summer 2014

Thursday, June 26, 2014
“I Invite All Christians Everywhere,”
Presented by Pastor Timothy Ensworth
• Read more.

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Monday, July 7, 2014
The Lord of the Rings as Catholic Art
Presented by Dr. Mary Ducey
• Read more.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014
What It Means to Say We Are the
People of God

Presented by Dr. Amanda Osheim
• Read more.

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Monday, July 28, 2014
Prospects for Peace in the Middle East
Presented by Bishop Richard E. Pates
•
Read more.

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Thursday, August 7, 2014
The Time Has Come to Abolish War
Presented by Dr. David Cochran
• Read more.

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For more information contact:
Director of Adult Faith Formation 
• 320 Mulberry St. Waterloo IA 50703
Phone: 319-234-9912 
• Email: <DBQ208s3@dbqarch.org>

Last Update: 05.29.14

OUR COMMITMENT TO ADULT FORMATION
The Catholic parishes in Waterloo are committed to providing life-long faith formation and spiritual growth for adults of all ages. We value individual life experience, respect the diversity of personal convictions, and welcome the wisdom of every participant. We encourage conversation and dialogue. We will never intentionally embarrass or offend participants.


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