Bible Studies & Apologetics Classes
What are Bible Studies?
As the name describes a Bible study is just that, a structured study of the Bible. The more you read the Bible and see the profound unity of the scriptures centered around Jesus Christ, the deeper your faith will grow. Spending time in a Bible study is a valuable experience for everyone.
What are Apologetics Classes?
Apologetics are reasoned arguments in defense of the teachings of the Church. In our Apologetics Classes you will learn the history of Church teachings and how to share and defend the faith in your daily life.
Current Bible Studies
Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Group Bible studies which include small group breakout sessions. The studies are 8–12 weeks and are offered ongoing from September through May.
Current Topic: Peter: Cornerstone of Catholicism (Dr. Tim Gray)
9:45–11:30am in St Francis Hall
Contact: Ana Cruz
Materials are ordered based on enrollment so registration is necessary.
Wednesday Morning Bible Study
Small group Bible study. Studies vary and are offered year round.
Topic: Ephesians: Discover Your Inheritance (Ascension Press)
6:30–7:45am in Peregrine Hall (under the Padre)
Contact: Colleen Golesh
People are welcome to join even if the start date has passed, please contact Colleen.
Saturday Morning Bible Study
Group study of Biblical books and topics which include Q & A and discussion. Moderator is Deacon Bob Cropp M.A. Biblical Theology, Augustine Institute. The studies vary and are offered year round. Recent topics were “The Jewish Roots of the Eucharist”, “Mary in the Bible”, “Evangelization in the Acts of the Apostles”, “Jesus, Priest, Prophet and King”.
8:15–9:30am in the Padre
Contact: Deacon Bob Cropp
Current Apologetics Classes
Stay tuned for upcoming apologetics class series.
For questions please contact