“Learning to Fish: Teaching Teachers to Read the Scriptures with Understanding”
Who: All Teachers and Catechists, or Catholics interested in learning about the New Testament.
What: A Scripture study led by Father Ray Clark focused on the Gospels and St. Paul (Schedule below).
Where: This on-line offering and you will receive information on how to join the program after you register.
When: The program will be offered on Tuesday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. from June 2 through July 7.
Why: You will earn 14 hours toward Diocesan certification (7 hours in Catechist and 7 in Content) and learn to understand the Bible as story and revealed word of God.
You are invited to join Father Ray for an introduction to the New Testament this summer. This free, on-line experience is a wonderful way to accumulate 14 hours toward diocesan certification. You only need to purchase a copy of Stephen Binz book titled, “Introduction to the Bible: A Catholic guide to studying Scripture,” for $10 in Owensboro at St. Maximilian Kolbe Bookstore at 109 E. 18th Street or order through Liturgical Press. You are also encouraged to have a Catholic study Bible. We recommend Little Rock Catholic Study Bible which is also available through Liturgical Press.
Week One: Who is Jesus? Reading the Gospel of Mark aloud together.
Week Two: Scripture as Story. The class will watch the movie, Big Fish.
Week Three: Gospels of Matthew & Luke
Week Four: Gospel of John
Week Five: Who is St. Paul?
Week Six: The Letters of St. Paul to the Galatians and the Romans