Solidarity on Tap is a simple gathering for socializing and social justice. The Ignatian Solidarity Network, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, Jesuitical, and Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University, Maryknoll Lay Missioners, along with The Ignatian Spiritual Life Center and other local partners welcome all to Solidarity on Tap | San Francisco.
Food and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be available for donation. All are welcome (21 and over).
Around 7:45 p.m. Natalie Terry and Maureen Beckman will share their insights on Intergenerational Sisterhood and their stories on what being women of faith has looked like for them.
Why Intergenerational Sisterhood?
This Advent, as we wait for the light, we lift up the memory of Mary and Elizabeth in the visitation, which includes Mary’s powerful Magnificat. The visitation is a powerful story of spirit, strength, hope, and resilience. It’s a beautiful example of two women across ages understanding each other, strengthening each other, keeping each other safe and healthy, affirming their calls in faithfulness, finding their voices/power…and more!
Maureen Beckman currently is the Director of Operations and Administration for St. Agnes Parish in the Haight Ashbury district of San Francisco. Before coming to St.Agnes, Maureen was Associate Dean of Admissions for Santa Clara’s graduate school – the Jesuit School of theology. Ms. Beckman has also worked at USF and back in Washington DC. Ms. Beckman has served on several Boards including JVC Southwest while it transitioned to its current National model. Ms. Beckman graduated from the University of Maryland.