In light of the Corona virus pandemic, we are suspending indefinitely all in-classroom instruction, and are continuing all four courses online. Please see our blog post for details about how to access lectures and written materials for your course. Please also check back for updates on the Spring seminar (originally scheduled for April 18) coming soon. And lastly, please join with us as we ramp up our own efforts to live prayerfully and charitably toward our families and our neighbors.
We’ve designed this course to help people find their way around in the Bible by providing a framework that is easy to grasp, and a panoramic view of God’s grand story, from creation to new creation.
An exploration of how Jesus is revealed in the fourfold Gospel of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, as we encounter Him through their inspired words.
This course will be an in-depth investigation of the Bible’s origins to prepare God’s people to read, study, pray, live, and proclaim the Sacred Scriptures.
Join us as we take a ten-week journey through history, Scripture, and our common confession about the truths of our faith.
Come join us as we investigate how both Old and New Testaments bear witness to the Church Christ established; each filling out what the other leaves incomplete.
This course continues our three-year Journey through Scripture from Genesis to Revelation, from Creation to New Creation. If you missed the first leg of the journey, don’t worry! You’re welcome to join now and you won’t be left behind.
Are the Catholic teachings about Mary biblical? As the seasons of Advent and Christmas draw near, join us for a study of the Old and New Testaments to see how they inform the person and mission of Mary, the Mother of the Word.
Discover the beauty and genius of biblical stories, God’s favorite literary genre, with special attention to the exquisite story of Ruth and its profoundly informing and transforming message.