Tue, Nov 09|
Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church
Meet Jesus in Scripture Bible Study @ OLM - A Biblical Walk Through the Mass by Edward Sri
A Biblical Walk Through the Mass explores the extraordinary biblical roots of the Liturgy and reveals what it all means and why it all matters. This fascinating tour of the Mass will renew your faith and deepen your love for and devotion to the Holy Eucharist.
Time & Location
Nov 09, 2021, 7:00 PM CST – Dec 14, 2021, 9:00 PM CST
Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church, 701 S Eola Rd, Aurora, IL 60504, USA
About The Event
Please purchase the study guide at this link. However, if the study guide is a financial hardship, please connect with firstname.lastname@example.org so she can obtain one for you.
We will meet on Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm starting on 11/9th through 12/14th. Should you have any further questions, please connect with Joe Wiacek or Joe Glasgow with any questions. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to discovering the beauty and the riches of the Mass with you soon!
The Mass is nothing short of amazing. Through it, we encounter God in the most intimate way possible as we hear Him speak to us in the Liturgy of the Word and as we receive Him Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity in the Holy Eucharist.
The words, the gestures, and the rituals of the Mass are rich in meaning. Everything we say and do in the Liturgy is steeped in biblical language. A Biblical Walk Through the Mass explores the extraordinary biblical roots of the Liturgy and reveals what it all means and why it all matters. This fascinating tour of the Mass will renew your faith and deepen your love for and devotion to the Holy Eucharist.
"Dr. Sri’s best-selling study program, A Biblical Walk Through the Mass, has been a blessing for thousands over the past decade. ... We need to recommit ourselves to the central act of our faith with passion and joy. This marvelously written aid will help us join ourselves to the Lord as he offers himself to the Father in the Sacrifice of the Mass."
—Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput
OFM Cap., archbishop emeritus of Philadelphia