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Lavinia Spirito, Teaching Leader

The Catholic Way Bible Study is easy and user friendly to implement in a parish or individual setting. Come experience a life changing journey through the Sacred Scriptures.

All Studies and Lectures are appropriate for parish use, RCIA, adult education programs, retreats, parish youth ministries and continuing education for Catechist and Deacon Formation.

Once a study is purchased, it becomes a part of your library and can be used over and over again. Just print out the needed materials.

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How Effective is CWBS?

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"CWBS re-ignites my faith each week."

"Catholic Way Bible Study is intense, deep and rewarding. I've learned so much - thank you!"

"It's true, the truth will set you free. I now look for opportunities to share about Catholic Way Bible Study."

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Why Study the Bible?

The study of the sacred Scriptures must be a door opened to every believer. It is essential that the revealed word radically enrich our catechesis and all our efforts to pass on the faith. Evangelization demands familiarity with God’s word, which calls for dioceses, parishes and Catholic associations to provide for a serious, ongoing study of the Bible, while encouraging its prayerful individual and communal reading. We do not blindly seek God, or wait for him to speak to us first, for “God has already spoken, and there is nothing further that we need to know, which has not been revealed to us”. Let us receive the sublime treasure of the revealed word.

Pope Francis, " Evangelii Gaudium," 175

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Testimonials

Most Reverend Ronald W. Gainer of Lexington, Kentucky: “St. Jerome boldly stated, 'Ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ.'" With genuine enthusiam I give my heartfelt endorsement to this CWBS Bible Study Series. Each presentation fully breaks open the richness of God's Word using patristic and modern...”

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