Denver, Colo., Feb 17, 2012 / 02:04 am
Denver Theology on Tap has found a new place to meet after it was told by a previous bar to find a different venue due to a “controversial” talk by Auxilary Bishop James D. Conley.
Katie Mullen's Irish Restaurant and Pub opened its doors to a crowd of Catholic young-adults from around the archdiocese on Feb. 15, where Dr. Tim Gray of the Augustine Institute spoke on “Religionless Christianity.”
“They welcomed us with open arms,” Chris Stefanick, archdiocesan director of youth, young adults and campus ministry, told CNA on Feb. 16.
Stefanick was glad the group was able to find a new venue for Catholics to gather in a public place and said Katie Mullen's welcomed their business.