When it comes to Holy Thursday, we may ask ourselves: “why do we pray at night?” Night is a special time, one of expectation, waiting, and quiet. Mark Giszczak, Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture at the Augustine Institute, helps us understand Holy Thursday and our invitation to prayer with Jesus.
Holy Thursday: Why Pray at Night?
Dr. Mark Giszczak
Dr. Mark Giszczak was born and raised in Ann Arbor, MI. He studied philosophy and theology at Ave Maria College in Ypsilanti, MI and Sacred Scripture at the Augustine Institute of Denver, CO. He recently received his Ph. D. in Biblical Studies at the Catholic University of America. He currently teaches courses in Scripture at the Augustine Institute, where he has been on faculty since 2010. Dr. Giszczak has participated in many evangelization projects and is the author of the CatholicBibleStudent.com blog. He has written introductions to every book of the Bible that are hosted at CatholicNewsAgency.com. Dr. Giszczak, his wife Colleen and their children, live in Colorado where they enjoy camping and hiking in the Rocky Mountains.