A short introduction to Bible study through the lens of study Bibles. Dom Bernard Orchard’s one-volume commentary free online: https://archive.org/details/in.ernet…. Some more books available for free online:     Catena aurea (multiple volumes): https://archive.org/search.php?query=…     Douay Rheims (with original notes): https://archive.org/details/1610A.d.D…     Confraternity NT (1941): https://archive.org/details/confrater…     CCD Commentary (1942): https://archive.org/details/ccd-nt-comm Ignatius…

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Dear friends, This is to announce that our first ever St. Irenaeus class on video is now live on YouTube! You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/LMkIMr-ix4k Sorry to get this to you so late in the week. Turns out video editing is hard. (Who knew?) I’ll have the second part, on our Lady and St.…

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Dear friends, It seems prudent, given the times, to cancel classes this week and moving forward. Taking a cue from our nation’s universities, we will continue our series, Perseverance Through Sufferingremotely. So keep an eye on your inboxes for a recording of our next class, on the Passion, our Lady’s seven sorrows, and St. Paul’s…

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I’m pleased to announce our next study, four Lenten reflections on Perseverance Through Suffering, will begin the week of March 10. This is a series for anyone who has experienced pain and loss – which is to say, everyone. The plan of the study is to take the first two weeks to gather around the…

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Announcing Our Fall Scripture Study, Studies in Isaiah: A Prophet for Our Times Six lessons Among the written prophets of ancient Israel, Isaiah has always held a unique place in the hearts of the great teachers of the faith, because this prophet’s messages of justice, judgment, and hope speak with a special resonance to each…

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Dear friends, We will begin the Fall with a short, three-week study on Christ in Community. Class begins the week of September 17. If you were with us in the Spring, you will recall that we ended the first part of Christ in Community early – well this is the second, concluding part. We will…

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We’ve decided to cancel classes tonight on account of bad road conditions. We’re sorry for getting word out so late: we were hoping conditions would improve as the day went on, but we hear roads are still pretty bad. We are still on for tomorrow night in Charlotte and Thursday morning at the St. Irenaeus…

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