Sunday to Sunday: Get in the habit of preparing for the upcoming Sunday. Get more out of Mass by reading and reflecting on the Sunday readings with your parish community. Join our Sunday to Sunday group on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m. and see the difference a little preparation can make! Everything is through Zoom now. Contact Deacon Jerome for more information: [email protected]
Fall Scripture Study: Beginning Thursday, 9/17 we will kick off the fall with a 12 week course on The Bible and the Church Fathers from Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center. We will meet remotely via Zoom each Thursday from 9:30-11:30. The following link provides more details as well as access to Lesson 1. The Bible and the Church Fathers | St. Paul Center
Please e-mail Margaret at [email protected] to let her know if you would like to join us this Fall. This looks to be another great scripture study course and as always, it is the sharing within the group that makes it so rewarding! Please RSVP no later than Friday, 8/21.
Can’t make it to either Scripture study to prepare for Sunday? Prepare from home online:
Bishop Barron Videos - To use your phone to watch Bishop Barron videos, you must download the Flocknote App from the app store. You can then log in using the username and password you have set up to access all the videos.
Lectio Divina – Praying with Scriptures
Websites with daily and Sunday readings
www.liturgy.slu.edu Sunday readings with articles and reflections to explore from St. Louis University
www.wordonfire.org Fr. Robert Barron shares a reflection on the upcoming Sunday readings. Usually posted on Wednesday afternoon.
http://onlineministries.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/daily.html Creighton University online daily reflections
Online Scripture Study:
http://www.stpaulcenter.com under studies choose online studies. Currently they have a free online study by Dr. Scott Hahn: The Lamb's Supper: The Eucharist in Scripture
http://www.vlcff.udayto.edu University of Dayton's online virtual learning covering a wide range of Faith Formation topics including introductions to the Old and New Testament.