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Genesis to Jesus
What is the Bible, where does it come from and what is its purpose? How are Catholics supposed to read the Bible and what story does it tell? These are the ever-important questions answered in Genesis to Jesus. Join us to learn the basic Catholic principles for reading Scripture and to survey the broad outlines of the books of the Bible and their place in the story of salvation.
Thursdays | 7:00-9:00 pm
May 9, 16, 23, June 6, 13, 20
Lesson 1: Reading Scripture with the Church
Lesson 2: The Old & the New
Lesson 3: Covenant with Creation
Lesson 4: Fall from Grace
Lesson 5: A New Beginning
Lesson 6: Our Father in Faith
Lesson 7: From Egypt to Sinai
Lesson 8: Wandering in the Wilderness
Lesson 9: Rise of the Covenant Kingdom
Lesson 10: Features of the Kingdom
Lesson 11: New Moses, New Covenant
Lesson 12: The Kingdom Transformed
TOWARDS THE END OF HIS LIFE, UNDER ARREST AND AWAITING TRIAL IN ROME, SAINT PAUL WRITES A SHORT BUT POWERFUL LETTER TO THE PHILIPPIANS. PAUL’S AFFECTION FOR THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY AT PHILIPPI IS APPARENT FROM HIS OPENING WORDS. THE PHILIPPIANS WERE NOT ONLY PAUL’S SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN THE FAITH BUT ALSO HIS PARTNERS IN SHARING THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST.
At the heart of this letter is Paul’s eloquent hymn of Christ’s total gift of self, the model for Paul’s life. With his words and the example of his life, Paul exhorts the Philippians to have the mind of Christ, to live a life worthy of the Gospel, and, by God’s grace, to gain Christ.
Mondays | 7:30-9:00 | Trinity Rooms
Paul & the Philippians
Partnership in the Gospel
Friendship in Christ
The Mind of Christ
July 15 (will not be in the Trinity Rooms; likely in BMH, Kathy is checking)
All Things in Christ
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