June 11, 2019
July 30, 2019
Put out into the Deep: A CTK Summer Bible Study
Join us for an eight-part study into the beauty and depth of Sacred Scripture. Each evening will focus on a short biblical text that will be read alongside quotes from the saints and other sources from our Sacred Tradition. We will discuss: How can we read the Old Testament and New Testament together? What are the different ways Scripture can be interpreted? And, what are the key passages in Scripture for the Catholic faith? And much more!
 
We will meet on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm to 8:15 pm in Fletcher Hall. Childcare will be provided.
 
June 4: Creation & How to Read the Bible
June 11: The Fall & the New Genesis
June 18: The Covenant with Abraham
June 25: Moses & the Greek Philosophers
July 2: Moses & the Holy Eucharist
July 9: King David, Mary, and the Pope
July 23: The Sermon on the Mount
July 30: The Apocalypse
 
Whether you are an expert or just starting out with the Bible, ALL are welcome to attend.
“[Holy Scripture] is, as it were, a kind of river, if I may so liken it, which is both shallow and deep, wherein both the lamb may find a footing, and the elephant float at large.” – St. Gregory, Commentary on Job, the Epistle, n. 34. AD 578 – 595.