Tag Archive: #biblestudyintro

Bible Study Intro: The Great Feast of Pentecost

Posted on May 17, 2024
In today’s Bible Study introduction, Kathleen Miller focused on the significance of Pentecost and the role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of Christians. She emphasized the importance of overcoming fear and being open to new experiences, and encouraged [read more...]

Lent Season and Spiritual Growth

Posted on February 9, 2024
Kathleen Miller led a Bible study on the significance of Lent, emphasizing it as a season for growth, healing, and closeness to Christ. She used the analogy of leprosy to illustrate the spiritual impact of sin and encouraged participants to [read more...]

Suffering, Christ, and Eucharist: God’s Providence

Posted on February 5, 2024
In this week’s Bible Study Introduction, Kathleen Miller emphasized God’s Providence in human suffering through Christ, who invites believers to unite their suffering with his own, and linked this to the Eucharist as a taste of resurrection and victory over [read more...]

Bible Study on Book of Jonah

Posted on January 19, 2024
Kathleen Miller led a Bible study on the Book of Jonah, highlighting its structure, humor, and unusual genre. She also discussed the book’s similarities with other biblical texts, its unique focus on the conversion of an enemy country, and its [read more...]

The Holy Family and Gender Roles

Posted on December 29, 2023
Kathleen Miller introduced the Bible readings for the Feast of the Holy Family, from the Book of Sirach, the Book of Genesis, the Book of Colossians, and the Gospel of Luke. Discussion will concentrate on the relationship between children and [read more...]

Advent Bible Study and Mass Significance

Posted on December 22, 2023
Kathleen Miller conducted a Bible study at Our Lady of the Wayside, where she stressed the importance of presence and gratitude during Advent, encouraging attendance at mass twice to receive the Lord’s gift. She also focused on the readings for [read more...]

Gospel of Mark and Advent Preparation

Posted on December 1, 2023
Kathleen Miller discussed the upcoming liturgical season, focusing on the Gospel of Mark. She highlighted the active nature of Mark’s gospel and its emphasis on alertness. Kathleen also explored the concept of Advent, explaining its multiple tensions as the church [read more...]