“I want to emphasize the importance of what the Emmaus Institute is doing.
We really do feel this fraternal alliance, because the vision that [Emmaus has] is one that we share.”
-Dr. Scott Hahn, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
Note to prospective students:
As we prepare courses for this Fall, our hope is to begin offering in-person class sessions once again. Learning together how to emerge from this strange time of the virus will take patience and grace.
Please be assured that we will be paying careful attention to and abiding by the recommendations from the medical and governing authorities for health and safety in our city.
Join us in person or online at your own pace as we study the wonderfully practical book of James and its instruction for living the Christian life.
Join us in person or online at your own pace as we discover what God is up to through the testimony of these amazing books.
Join us in person or online at your own pace as we ponder the relationship between hardship and God’s extraordinary character in the book of Job.
Join us in this how-to course as we grow in our ability to study Scripture as faithful Catholics.
Join us in person or online at your own pace as we apprentice ourselves to the Doctors of the Church and learn how to see Sacred Scripture the way they did.
Join us by video as we take five sessions to explore the significance of Eucharist as a major biblical—and not just New Testament—theme.
Join us by video as we take five sessions to study the Old and New Testaments to see how they inform the person and mission of Mary, the Mother of the Word.
Join us by video as we take five sessions to explore the relationship between history, Scripture, and our common confession of faith.