What makes Catholicism distinctive? Why has this tradition stood strong among the many religions, philosophies, and ideologies of the world? Why has Catholicism been able to move forward through crisis and emerge robust for the experience?
These and many other questions are why the Church of the Immaculate Conception encourages and leads Adult Scripture Study. In this "information age" we are faced with a variety of sources - some valid and some questionable. How do we sort through the chafe and find the kernels of truth that will bloom in our minds, hearts and souls?
As adults, we have the cognitive strength and the moral inspiration to tackle difficult subjects. Using accredited publishers, our large Adult Scripture Study programs have offered such topics as: The Psalms: School of Prayer, Jeff Cavins: Bible Timeline; The Mass; The Eucharist, Theology of the Body and Robert Barron's Catholicism Series.
The better we understand Jesus, the better we understand our-selves. But who was Jesus, this itinerant preacher whom many called the Messiah? The better we understand Jesus, the better we understand ourselves. But who was Jesus, this itinerant preacher whom many called the Messiah? Through this deeply biblical pro-gram, you will better understand Jesus, become more familiar with Scripture, and realize your own priestly, prophetic, and kingly mission, received when you are baptized “into Christ.”
Join us on Thursdays beginning 9/8/2016 thru 10/13/2016 from 7:00-9:00 pm
Where: Msgr. Tinder Parish Hall
Registration Deadline: Sept 1
Cost: $25.00 for the Study Guide (No Cost without the Study Guide)
Please drop off your checks to “Church of the Immaculate Conception” and the registration form to the parish office. (Registration forms can be found at the Welcoming Information table or at the parish office). For additional information call or email Pam Boyle 443-506-7777, firstname.lastname@example.org
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