Month: March 2022

The Bible in the Liturgy and the Liturgy in the Bible

You’re in church, and you’ve just heard a reading from the Old Testament and a reading from one of the letters in the New Testament. They must be very important, because there’s a special place for reading them at the front of the church, and there’s a special list of which readings go with which days.

Applied Biblical Studies Reception

After the Wednesday session of the Applied Biblical Studies Conference, join us for an evening reception celebrating our friends of the St. Paul Center. Dr. Scott Hahn will share an update on the Center and look ahead to future plans. You’ll get a sneak preview of our future building plans for a new headquarters and more. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided. 

Schedule – 2022 April Virtual Conference

Schedule – 2022 April Virtual Conference (All times are Central Time) Please note: Daily Mass will not be streamed live, but homilies will be posted as soon as possible afterwards. Monday 4:00–4:45 p.m. Travelers Mass – Homily only posted 5:00–5:45 p.m. Pre-Conference Workshop – Ralph Martin 7:30–7:45 p.m. Evening Prayer 7:45–9:00 p.m. Welcome Session Tuesday …

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There Would Be No Scriptures without the Church

We search the Scriptures all the time. Google or DuckDuckGo is here to help. We can just send a search engine off to find whatever we want in the Bible. Every conceivable translation is in our pockets, along with millions and millions of words of commentaries to help us understand—or misunderstand—what we’re reading.