Pub events are back! Don’t miss tonight’s launch of: The Lounge for Young Professionals, developed by the same creators as Catholic After Hours and brought to you by Vancouver’s Life Community.
Come for the networking games and great conversation and fun.
Register today for 1/10 chance to win food and drink at the spacious and beautiful Irish pub, Mahony and Sons at False Creek.
Can we find anything meaningful in today’s entertainment and from classical books, that can help young professionals live fully, embrace life and liberty, and thrive in a culture that is rapidly changing on all fronts?
Don’t miss our guest young adult panelists:
Douglas Pham + Joseph San Jose.
Our guest moderator, Dr. Christopher Morrissey will help us think about various themes that will help young professionals flourish in their lives and career.
$10/person — please register today and pay at the door, there is an ATM at the ground level of the pub.
Online registration closes, Tuesday, April 24th, at 11 PM – limited tickets available at the door on the day of event.
Registered guests have 1/10 chance at a lucky draw for food and beverage at Mahony + Sons
Join our guest talk show host – Dr. Christopher Morrissey.
Meet the panel – Douglas Pham + Joseph San Jose.
Please see below for Bios –
Program for the evening:
6:15 pm – Doors open.
Dinner and a conversation.
6:50 p.m. – Social networking game.
7:30 p.m. – Presentation begins.
8:45 p.m. – End of presentation.
Christopher S. Morrissey teaches 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 a 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, 2018).
Douglas Pham finished his Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Culture as one of the first graduates from St. Mark’s College’s newly developed program. He is currently finishing his Bachelor of Education at UBC and aspires to teach in the Catholic schools.
Joseph San Jose is husband to Marion and father to Leah and works at SFU for Catholic Christian Outreach, helping students grow as missionary leaders for the world. He is passionate about the Gospel and creativity, and the role of art in helping us tell our most important stories.
Transit: Nearest skytrain station is Olympic Village station, just a couple of hundred meters away.
Open air parkade just off Moberly Road.
Vancouver’s Life Community has been a registered charity since 1980 and works integratively and innovatively to heal the culture on the life issues.
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