Saturday, January 18, 8:00-9:30 am, COR Center

We live in a super connected world, but while social media provides a wealth of information and can be extremely useful in certain situations, it can also be a black hole, pulling us deeper into depression and dependency. How can a single thing be both beautiful and destructive? Join us as we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of social media and how to participate without drowning in it or allowing it to hinder our relationship with God.

Becca Siar is the Director of Campus Ministry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has a Bachelor’s in Biochemistry from Roanoke College, and a Master’s in Theology from the University of Notre Dame’s Echo Program. Through Echo, she served as a parish apprentice at St. Margaret Mary. Becca has a deep love of Jesus and a passion for musical theater and performing! You can follow her blog at

Please register at (630) 369-0777 by Wednesday, January 15 so we can plan the breakfast. $10/session.