Locate a Catholic Bible Study

Find a study near you, or put your Great Adventure study on the map!

Explore the Map

Start a Catholic Bible Study

You’re 3 steps away from starting a study.

Get Started

Never Miss a Thing

Get a weekly blog recap sent straight to your inbox!

Recent Articles

What Does the Church Say about Capitalism?

In a previous post, I treated the Church’s critique of communism, both at the moral and spiritual level, as well as on economic grounds in terms of what is most befitting to human dignity and human freedom. While the Church...

Continue Reading

What’s Wrong with Communism?

When St. John Paul II reflected upon the fall of communism, he insisted that it was a mistake to view its failure simply as a matter of economic inefficiency. On the one hand, there is some truth to the following...

Continue Reading

10 Points for Effective Parish Ministry

According to Pope St. John Paul II, the parish is “the Church living in the midst of the homes of her sons and daughters.” It is the unit of the Church closest to the lives of the people and how...

Continue Reading

How Sacred Architecture Conveys Gospel Truth and Beauty

The symbolism contained in church architecture is rich and profound, but this seems to be less and less the case in modern churches.

Continue Reading

How a Saint Is Made (A Parable of the Sower Reflection)

Examine the life of almost any saint and you will be struck by how ordinary they all started. St. Francis of Assisi is an excellent example of this.

Continue Reading

St. Anthony of Padua, the Evangelical Doctor, Was a Simple Man

St. Anthony of Padua is one of the most popular and beloved saints. It may be a surprise to some that the finder of lost items is also a doctor of the Church

Continue Reading

View All Articles