Tridentine Young Adult Week: Theology on Tap (x2), Mass, and Swing Dance

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by Paul S on June 11, 2013

Wednesday, June 26: “Theology of the [Traditional Latin] Mass” – Spartan Hall of Fame Cafe, Lansing – jump
Thurday, June 27: Tridentine ToT – Conor O’Neill’s, Ann Arbor – jump
Friday, June 28: Missa Cantata & Swing Dance – St. Joseph, Howell – jump

Shortly after several of our members get to know Canon Aaron Huberfeld in Chicago, he’ll be coming to Michigan to give two Theology on Tap presentations and to celebrate a Mass for us.

Canon Aaron Huberfeld is a priest of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest (Latin initials: ICRSS). He was raised in a non-religious family in Connecticut and received into the Catholic Church in Boston in 1996. A 1999 Classics BA at Boston University, he worked as a banker for a few years before answering the call to become a priest. He completed his studies at the Institute’s seminary near Florence, Italy and was ordained on July 1, 2010, by Archbishop Raymond Burke. Following ordination, he served at the Institute’s oratory in St. Louis until he was made Rector of the Oratory in Wausau, Wisconsin.

The Institute of Christ the King is a priestly community in the Catholic Church formed around the spirituality of St. Francis de Sales, Doctor of Divine Love, and makes exclusive use of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, the Traditional Latin Mass. In accord with their Salesian spirituality, members of the Institute seek to live by a charity that they practice before they preach.

If any young men are interested in learning more about the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest during Canon’s visit, they should email us.  The same applies to young women who would like to know more about the Sister Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus.

Events during Canon’s visit to Michigan:
Lansing Theology on Tap
Open to young adults, ages 18-39
Wednesday, June 26, 2013:

Adoration 6:00 p.m.
St. Mary’s Cathedral in the Crypt
219 Seymour Avenue Lansing, MI 48933

Theology on Tap
Spartan Hall of Fame Cafe
1601 W. Lake Lansing Rd.
East Lansing, MI 18823
Doors open 7:30 p.m.
Canon Huberfeld begins at 8:00 p.m.


Ann Arbor Theology on Tap
Thursday, June 27, 2013
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.

The solstice is nearly upon us and summer shall be fully here. The joy of Ann Arbor with students released from class is in full swing. Young adults – atheists, questioning, and Catholics – are invited to come and drink a beer and ask questions about the truths that the Catholic Church recognizes in the sacrifice of the Mass.

Theology on Tap is a great time for young adults in their 20’s and 30’s to come together each month for fellowship, food and drinks, and hear a compelling talk from a dynamic speaker on the topics that impact us daily. Theology On Tap – Southeastern Michigan meets on the last Thursday of each month at Conor O’Neill’s in the Celtic Room. Come any time after 6:30 to order some food and spend time with friends. The presentation begins at 7:30 with a Q&A to follow. Conor’s no longer permits “standing room” attendees – so be sure to show up in time to grab yourself one of the 130 seats.

If you have a question for Canon Huberfeld, but can’t make it to ToT, please send it our way.


Mass & Swing Dance
Friday, June 28, 2013
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Howell

6:00 p.m. – Rosary
6:30 p.m. – Missa Cantata
8:00 p.m. – Swing Dance

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As always, the Sung Mass is free to attend, and you can wait until 6:30 p.m. that Friday to commit to attending. 🙂
You can also wait till 6/28 to commit to the dance, but the door price is more than it would cost you to commit today ($25.00 rather than $21.00). If you want in on the remaining discount, hie thee over to Eventbrite before June 21st. (A June 6th Facebook “yes” + cash at the door = $25). Similar discounts apply to the couples tickets.

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