Dynamic talks for young-adults from public houses around all the capital cities of Australia.
Bishop Peter Comensoli from the Diocese of Broken Bay gives a talk about the human person as “being human” and not just a “human being”.
Leah Libresco shares the process of learning to pray, discovering the Rosary and offering what she can in prayer – no matter how small.
Sam Clear shares about his walk around the world for Christian unity, and the many lessons he learned along the way.
Former cricketer Rick McCosker shares about reaching the Australian cricket team, having a deepening conversion to Christ, and ministering to seafarers.
Roza Vukovich speaks on her experience of mission, the essence of mission as filling the gap of love, and cultivating a missionary attitude.
Ashleigh Green speaks on the discomfort of approaching other faiths, the Christian call to build bridges, and her experience of dialogue adherents of Islam and Hinduism.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher speaks at Theology on Tap on his vision for the Archdiocese in 2035: what Sydney will look like, how we will get there, and the integral role of youth in implementing such a vision.
Kath Evans recounts her battle with cancer, the miracle by the intercession of St Mary of the Cross, and her involvement in the canonisation of the first Australian saint.