“The Emmaus Institute, I am convinced, has come to the Kingdom for a time such as this.
Please consider not just supporting The Emmaus Institute, but learning from it and telling others about it.”
—Dr. Scott Hahn, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
“I particularly encourage priests to send teachers and other ministry leaders from their parishes to study at Emmaus in order to become more fully equipped to be effective ambassadors of the Gospel in their own parishes and schools.”
—The Most Reverend James D. Conley, Bishop of Lincoln
The time in which the Church is recognized by the world as a legitimate community is waning. Join us for an hour a week to think together about how to continue to be the Church after Christendom.
Come walk with us (in person, or online) into and through the Scriptures over the course of the next three years, and into and through the friendships which form around this blessed activity.
Come join us (in person or online) as we sit at the feet of the Fathers and learn how to read the book of all books in the manner in which it was first read and interpreted.
Join us in person as we discover what God wants us to know about marriage and family from Sacred Scripture.
Come explore with us (in person or online) what the Gospels reveal about the way of discipleship.