Catholic After Hours (™) – 2017 Series
The Archdiocese of Vancouver invites all young adults, especially the 25 – 39 years of age, to the Fall Catholic After Hours pub events! Join us at the exclusive upper room at Mahony and Sons – Stamps Landing, which overlooks scenic False Creek. Invite your friends for dinner, connect with new people, and listen to a great presentation from dynamic Catholic leaders. All the topics are carefully chosen with the view from a Catholic perspective in a young person’s life.
Only $5 cover charge for these events.
October 25 & November 15, Wednesdays, 6:00-9:00pm
- 6:00 p.m. Doors open – Enjoy food and beverage from this fine Irish establishment!
- 6:45 p.m. Social networking game
- 7:30 p.m. 1 hour presentation from Guest Speaker
- 9:00 p.m. till pub closing hours – You are welcome to stay and chat with friends.
Mahony and Sons at Stamps Landing (False Creek), 601 Stamps Landing, Vancouver
$5 cover charge
Deadline for online registration: Midnight prior to the event. Register for October 25 here. Register for November 15 here.
Those who register online will have a chance of winning Mahony and Son’s gift certificates!
Catholic After Hours (TM) develops popular Archdiocesan pub and cafe nights in Vancouver for those who are 25 – 39 years of age. It’s a great place to meet new people and learn something new in a casual atmosphere.
Slaves to the Screen: Do Digital Devices Doom Us?
By Dr. Chris Morrissey
For anyone born since 1995, that person’s formative teenage years were shaped by the smartphone. According to the latest research, anyone who subjects their brains to the constant digital stimulation of the Internet is exposed to a higher risk for depression and unhappiness (unlike previous generations, who didn’t check their phones one hundred times a day). Are smartphone users really miserable slaves with no hope of escape? What strategies for liberation are still available if living without your phone is unimaginable?
Christopher S. Morrissey teaches Greek and Latin at the Seminary of Christ the King. He also lectures in logic and philosophy at Trinity Western University. He studied Classics at the University of British Columbia, and at Simon Fraser University he wrote his Ph.D. dissertation on René Girard. He is managing editor of The American Journal of Semiotics. His books are Hesiod: Theogony / Works and Days (Talonbooks, 2012), and The Way of Logic (Nanjing Normal University Press, forthcoming).
Who is Catholic After Hours (™)?
Catholic After Hours (™) has been independently run since 2011, but has now been merged into RCAV’s Ministries and Outreach Office. ‘After Hours’ events support the underserved young Catholic professional who enjoys meeting new people and who is open to exploring ideas and culture, over dinner and a conversation.