1 Corinthians gives an inside look at the early Christians and in turn a reflection on our own lives. In the letter, St. Paul addresses a critical question: What does it mean to live in the world but not of it?
CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING
The Catholic Social Teaching Bible Study introduces students to Catholic Social Teaching in general and to several of its central principles: the Universal Destination of Goods, the Right to Private Property, Subsidiarity, Solidarity, the Dignity of the Family, Environmental Stewardship, the Preferential Option for the Poor, and the Dignity of Work.
ACTS OF THE APOSTLES
First, evangelization requires some foundational principles. Second, evangelization is strategic in nature. Finally, the Acts of the Apostles reveals practical ways to evangelize that we can put to use in our own life.
The purpose of this Bible study is to help you become an everyday apologist – an ordinary person who is able to share the beliefs of the Catholic Church in truth and love.
FOCUS GREEK AND VARSITY CATHOLIC
THE MIND OF A CHRISTIAN ATHLETE
The Mind of a Christian Athlete is a win/build study that examines the connections of sports psychology and the Christian life. Throughout this study you will explore different topics such as fear, motivation, confidence, etc., in relation to your sport and your faith.
THE CALL TO GREATNESS
The Call to Greatness is designed to inspire athletes to bring an intensity into their faith life, understand their lasting identity and reorient their view of perfectionism.
MEN AND WOMEN
Who is woman and who is she meant to be? Based upon Pope St. John Paul II’s teachings on women, this study discusses woman’s role in the Church, family and society, as well as the strengths God has given her to fully live out these roles.