Note: I don’t usually post so frequently but this is something that will only last so long, and I want to tell you about it so you’ll have time to take advantage of it.
Yes, this can be and will be a painful time for some of us, many of us. But we can also use the time to grow in our faith, to study, to reflect, and to pray. And to take advantage of wonderful Catholic media groups like Scott Hahn’s St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology.
Scott Hahn’s The Eucharist in Scripture Video Course is streaming for a limited time only at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and their newly opened Quarantined Catholic Hub. Here’s Lesson 1 of The Eucharist in Scripture below.
“Stream The Eucharist in Scripture for free! In The Eucharist in Scripture, discover God’s plan as it is expressed through the Bible and the Mass. This six-lesson study, presented by Dr. Scott Hahn, will unlock the meaning of covenant, sacrifice, and sacrament as understood in the Bible, from Genesis through Revelation.”
“We’re all feeling an absence. What can we do if we’re unable to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist? Remember, Jesus is still present in His Church—in tabernacles, with His priests, and, in a very real and powerful way, in Scripture.
“This is an opportunity for great spiritual growth. Take advantage of this time to increase your devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, explore the richness of Sacred Scripture, and deepen your understanding of the faith. On this page, you’ll find all the resources you need to continue growing with the Lord no matter where you are.From the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology’s Quarantined Catholic Hub
Video: The Quarantined Catholic Hub
Thanks for reading. I hope you’re staying safe and well out there, and enjoying your visit here. Until next time, whoever and wherever you are, may the Lord bless you and keep you, and may the peace of Christ be always with you. +JMJ+
PS: While you’re here be sure to sign up for the chance to win a prize in celebration of my Triple Anniversary Giveaway. You can enter until April 9, 2020. Coming up soon. Twenty four years a Catholic! Woohoo!