Writing in the Dust

Remember Jesus writing in the dust in last Sunday’s Gospel with the woman caught in adultry?  Well I found this interesting tidbit over at Fr. Longenecker’s blog

…In fact, the riddle of what he was writing in the dust is resolved by the first and greatest Bible scholar, St Jerome. He picks up that

Start a Men's Group

Does your parish have a Men’s groups?  If not start one, it’s as simple as meeting once a week.  The group I’m in reads the up coming Sunday Mass readings on Friday mornings from 7am to 8am.  We use the questions from the National Fellowship of Catholic Men http://www.nfcmusa.org/Reading-Questions

We open with a prayer,

More Bible Please

Another reason my Presbyterian friend said she left the Catholic Church is because she said the Catholic Church isn’t as “Bible focused”. Oh contraire Monfraire. Many Protestants do know their Bible chapter and verse but just as many Catholics know their Bible stories just as well, their just not as good in their

Online Bible Study - Scott Hahn

I’ll be the first to admit that I should know the Bible better than I do. But where does one get good sound Catholic teaching concerning the Bible? Well after checking out a few online Bible Studies this is the best I’ve found. I suggest checking out the 1st Beginners course to determine if