The Journal Gazette
Saturday, January 22, 2022 1:00 am


Theology series

University of Saint Francis will have its Theology on Tap series, presented through the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, for young people of all faiths. The “Go Forth” series offers a weekly talk, along with food, drink and fellowship, at the USF Historic Woman's Club, 402 W. Wayne St. The program begins at 7 p.m. each Tuesday in February.

The series schedule is “Thanks Be to God,” Feb. 1, with the Rev. Jose Arroyo, pastor of St. Paul of the Cross in Columbia City; “Real Presence,” Feb. 8, with the Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades; “Go Forth in Vocation,” Feb. 15, with Jessica Hayes, OV, pastoral associate for liturgy at St. Vincent de Paul Parish and adviser for the Consecrated Life for the diocese; and “Go Forth in Service,” Feb. 22, with Sister Jacinta Krecek, OSF, director of USF Campus Ministry. 

A closing Mass celebration will be 6:30 p.m. March 1 at the Saint Francis Chapel, 2701 Spring St., followed by a Mardi Gras party in Brookside.

Tough Talk series

First Presbyterian Church will have an online conversation about queer theology and the church as part of its Tough Talk series. “Uncomfortable Christianity: What Does Queer Theology Have to Do with Me and Why Is It Dangerous to Some People?” will take place 7 p.m. Feb. 2, featuring the Rev. Remington Johnson, a transgender woman, Presbyterian pastor and gay rights activist, and Bill Greenway, professor of philosophical theology at the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. To register, go to

Guidelight is a listing of special religious events. Send information to Guidelight, The Journal Gazette, 600 W. Main St., Fort Wayne, IN 46802, or email at least two weeks before desired publication.

Share this article

Email story

Subscribe to our newsletters

* indicates required