The Problem of Life's Meaning (Antoine Dabrowski)
The human person is a being preoccupied by the question of meaning. Yet, as soon as one questions the meaning of life, something seems to escape one’s grasp. A malaise, a discomfort, settles in. This experience is shared by a good number of Saints and figures from the Scriptures. How, as Christians, can we position ourselves in relation to the problem of meaning? Are there, even among believers, attitudes rooted in certain understandings of meaning or meaninglessness of life that are obstacles to answering the call to holiness? Should we hope to definitively solve the problem of life’s meaning? Perhaps, in the end, it is the malaise of meaning - precisely as a problem - that will allow grace to emerge...
Theology on Tap Ottawa is an opportunity for Catholics young adults, ages 19-39, to learn more about their faith, have fun, and enjoy fellowship.
Gather at Lago Bar & Grill for a drink and guided discussion from 7-9pm.