Catholic Bible studies are an important aid in understanding Scripture and the Catholic Faith. “The more we can understand the inspired writings in the books of the Bible, the more we understand the beliefs, celebrations and rituals of our Faith. Simply reading the Bible can be confusing, so reliable Bible studies are indispensable.” Throughout the year, our parish offers different Bible Study programs. These individual studies vary in length and focus. Information on new Bible Study opportunities can be found in the bulletin as well as here, on our parish website, and by calling the Parish Office.
Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study:
The Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study resumed on Tuesday January 18 at 1pm in Our Lady’s Hall, Pitman, but new members are still welcome!
The study this Spring centers on major and minor prophets of the Old Testament. In addition to your own Bible, the text price is $30.00. (But don’t stay away if you don’t have money. We have funds!)
Tuesday Evening Bible Study
Jesus is our savior, our redeemer, our Lord, and our God. Our belief in Jesus is what makes us who we are as Catholics, as Christians; but do we really know Him as we should? Is Jesus a part of your life, or is He at the center of your life as he should be? We invite you to make Him the center of your life by joining us for Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life, a 10-week video study program that explores the entirety of Jesus’ life and what He means for us as Catholics today. Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish will begin the Jesus study on February 22nd, 7-8:30pm. The study will meet in Our Lady’s Hall. Participants will meet every week to view an engaging video presentation by Marcellino D’Ambrosio, Jeff Cavins, and Edward Sri, followed by a lively group discussion and fellowship. For more information or to register, contact Jen Schoepflin at [email protected].
Please continue to check back for new opportunities in Lifelong Faith formation.