Bible Study

Thursday Morning Bible Study
We will meet on Thursday Sept. 21 in the Heritage House after 9 am Mass. We will continue to engage in the Gospel of Matthew. This fall we will begin with Matthew Chapter 21. Please contact Frank Kilkenny, 856-273-8036 for more information.

Tuesday Afternoon Bible Study

Come join the Afternoon Bible Study Group on the 2nd, 3rd & 4th Tuesdays in October and November at 12:30 PM in the Heritage House for a series called “The Footprints of God.” In this four session DVD video series, Steve Ray, a Catholic convert, speaker, and author, takes us on excursions through the holy sites described in each of the bible stories. We will visit places few people ever get to see making the ancient scripture stories of the Old and New Testament come alive and see the actual sites depicted in each story. Steve examines the scripture, culture and archaeology of each story. We journey with Steve Ray through the Bible stories on the following dates:

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 – “Moses,” Signs, Sacraments, and Salvation

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 – “David/Solomon” Expanding the Kingdom

Tuesday, October 31, 2017 – “Apostolic Fathers” Handing on the Faith

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 – “Paul” Contending for the Faith

For more information or questions please contact Lorraine Santarlas at 856-234-8426.

October series on the Church's Theological Tradition

The Catholic Church has a very rich theological tradition.  However, this tradition is sometimes not truly understood by Catholics and not truly shared with others who are not Roman Catholics. We have an opportunity to think about this tradition in Heritage House at 7 pm on October 4, 11, 18, 25. 

We won’t get technical – just enough introduction in each session to get us thinking.  Responses of participants to the topic of the session are so very welcome.  We can all help each other. Questions? Please contact Richard Lohkamp,

Session 1:   Development of the Tradition

1. The Scriptures

2. The early councils – Nicaea, Constantinople, etc.

3. Medieval theology – especially St. Thomas Aquinas

Session 2:  The period of the “Enlightenment” (1620 - 1790)

1. What was the “Enlightenment”?

2. What led to the “Enlightenment” and what did it do to the Tradition?

Session 3:  Changes since the Enlightenment

1. Changes in world view.  These changes affected reactions to authority:  Monarchies and the Vatican.

2. Vatican II

Session 4:  Catholic Social Teaching

1. Encyclicals

2. Pope John Paul II

3. Pope Francis