Welcome to Catholic Way Bible Study

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Catholic Way Bible Study is user friendly and easy to implement in a parish or individual setting.

The Ministry's Four Goals

Evangelism

Evangelism

Through evangelism, we reach those who seek and those who suffer, those who haven't been reached and those who have been faithfully attending church for many years.
Catechesis

Catechesis

Through catechesis, we seek to explain the truths of our Catholic faith and equip our members with apologetic tools to understand and give an account of what we believe.
Formation

Formation

Through formation, we lead our members in the Gospel's lifelong call to personal holiness through prayer, the sacraments, study and worship.
Discipleship

Discipleship

Through discipleship, we discover what it takes to be a true disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ. As disciples we can evangelize more effectively and draw nearer to our Lord.

Catholic Way Bible Study Is For You

CWBS is unlike other studies. 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.

How it Works

Group Discussion

Group Discussion

Build relationships, promote spiritual growth, provide prayer support, encourage participation and foster community action
Lecture

Lecture

Promote a deeper understanding of the truth of Scripture, deepen one's personal relationship with God and nurture growth in holiness
Praise & Worship

Praise & Worship

Deepen corporate and personal worship and encourage daily Mass attendance and Eucharistic Adoration

One Minute Features

Tap into the wisdom of God's Word in just one minute!
Ralph Martin, S.T.D., Archdiocese of Detroit
"Lavinia Spirito does a truly excellent job in unfolding the great wealth of God’s Word in ways that ordinary people can understand, but nevertheless is true to the Word’s challenge..."

– Ralph Martin, S.T.D., Archdiocese of Detroit

Most Reverend John Stowe, OFM Conv., Bishop of Lexington
"...Groups that use the CWBS process grow together in knowledge of the Scriptures and knowledge of Christ. The Word of God is life giving and its study and reception bring us closer to Jesus..."

– Most Reverend John Stowe, OFM Conv., Bishop of Lexington