Unveiling Scripture and Tradition; Peter

Peter: Cornerstone of Catholicism


The character of St. Peter is both inspiring and confounding to many of us. How could a stubborn and impulsive fisherman become the "rock" upon which Jesus would build his Church? Bringing together biblical accounts, historical evidence, Church teaching, classical art, and personal insights, Dr. Tim Gray gives a fresh perspective on Simon Peter that is immediately informative and relevant to our lives. After all, if Jesus could bring out the very best in someone like Peter, then there is hope for the rest of us.


This is a FORMED online series, facilitated by Joe Wagovich from our parish. The Bible Study will be on Tuesdays from 10-11:30 a.m. beginning on September 19th in the ARK. 
 

To register visit, https://www.seaseton.org/Resources/Event-Form/id/95789



 


 

Each fall and winter, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish offers a program to study Sacred Scripture.  It consists of daily personal reflection, weekly small-group sharing, a weekly lecture (video) and prayer.  The method is designed to create a balance between learning about the Bible and applying the Bible to our daily lives.  The constant challenge of the Christian life is to relate our own lives with what God had done in the lives of people throughout history.  

This program appeals both to those who have never studied the Bible before and to those who have been reading the Bible for quite a while.  Each participant receives both a study guide and a commentary for the Scripture studied in a particular year.  These are available for purchase in the parish office. There is no other fee for the course.


Stay tuned for future Scripture Studies

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