A Biblical Walk Through The Mass
Based on the revised translation of the Mass, this five-part program takes participants on an exciting tour of the Liturgy as it explores the biblical roots of the words and gestures we experience at Mass and explains their profound significance. See, perhaps for the first time, why we say what we say and do what we do every week at Mass. The words and gestures will be seen in a new light, giving new life to the liturgical experience.
OTHER FEATURED EVENTS
THE NOOMA VIDEO SERIES
IS GOD REACHING OUT TO YOU?
Corpus Christi Catholic Church Bible Study is please to present the video series NOOMA, featuring a Christian teacher Rob Bell.
Jesus lived with the awareness that God is doing something, right here, right now, and anybody can be a part of it. He encouraged His listeners to search, to question, to wrestle with the implications of what He was saying and doing. He inspired, challenged, provoked, and invited people to be open to God’s work in this world. Wherever He went, whatever He did, Jesus started discussions about what matters most, because for Jesus, God is always inviting us to open our eyes and join in.
NOOMA is a series of short films that explore our world from a perspective of Jesus. You are extended an invitation to search, question, and join the discussion.
Study of St. Paul’s Letter to the Corinthians
Our 2020 Bible Study program begins with The Study of St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.
Our 10-week Bible Study program takes place Tuesday evenings at 7:30 P.M. and is repeated Thursday mornings at 9:30 A.M. In September 2020, we will continue our study with a 7-week program, Second Corinthians.
First Corinthians deals with divisions in the believing community at Corinth and the harm that they inflict on 'the Body of Christ.' Paul also deals with many individual ethical problems in the community of which he has become aware through letters and contacts. Paul instructs the community concerning true wisdom; the sin of idolatry; the Lord's Supper; the role of God's ministers; the supreme importance of love; of gifts of the Spirit; and the nature of the resurrection. The community of Corinth could easily be our own—struggling for unity in the midst of conflict, and discovering weaknesses and strengths. In this study, Paul invites you to find unity in the Gospel message. Second Corinthians, you will come to know the forceful but loving character of Paul, one of the best figures in the early Church. No other letter from Paul is so revealing of Paul's personality. Paul likens the ministry of Apostles as that of being ambassadors of God whose message is one of reconciliation. Arguing from his own experience of discipleship and ministry, Paul continues to promote unity in a divided and confused Corinth by reflecting on his own weaknesses as an opportunity to find strength in Christ. He calls the Corinthians to generosity in care for the poor who live outside their own community.
Why is it important to study the scriptures?
Studying the scriptures can help us know the Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, give us power to resist temptation, and strengthen us in our challenges.
LEADERS OF THE MINISTRY