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  WHAT: The Most Reverend William Murphy, S.T.D., L.H.D. will be the guest speaker at the next Faith-on-Tap meeting. Faith-on-Tap is a Catholic forum for young adults in their 20s and 30s, where they gather together monthly in a friendly atmosphere to hear informed speakers and discuss questions concerning faith and morality – primarily on topical issues of concern to young people as they try to make their way in new careers and chart the course of their adult lives. It was started on Long Island as part of Our Holy Redeemer Catholic Church’s ministry to young adults. Bishop Murphy will answer questions provided by the young adults.

Faith-on-Tap sessions are held on the last Monday of each month. The friendly atmosphere is conducive to conversation and socialization before and after the meetings. Faith-on-Tap is a place where serious topics are discussed intelligently and intelligibly, in the hope that young adults may gain, or regain, confidence in their capacity to discern the truth about themselves, their world, and how they should try to live their lives.

Previous Faith-on-Tap guest speakers have included: Detective Steven McDonald of the New York City Police Department, The Sisters of Life, Bishop Emil Wcela and Joseph Varacalli, Ph.D., director of the Center for Catholic Studies, Nassau Community College.  


WHEN: Monday, October 25, 2004 from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.  


WHERE: The Wantagh Inn
3264 Railroad Avenue
Wantagh, NY 11793  

Southern State Parkway: Southern State Parkway to exit 28 Wantagh Ave. south. Travel south on Wantagh Ave. for 2 miles to the LIRR overpass. Then make an immediate left onto Railroad Ave. The Wantagh Inn is on your right.

Long Island Expressway: Take LIE to exit 44 (Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway – Route 135) heading south to Sunrise Highway. Exit onto Sunrise Highway (Route 27) heading west. Travel 1 mile to the fourth traffic light and make a right heading north on Wantagh Ave. Then make the next right onto Railroad Ave. The Wantagh Inn is on the right.