Free During Lent: The Bible and the Sacraments Online Bible Study

 "Finding their institution in Christ and their origin in salvation history
 [the Sacraments] are God's gift of life to His children."
• St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Deepen your knowledge of the Sacraments this Lenten season, 2017, with the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology's The Bible and the Sacraments, a free, online video scripture study. This 11-lesson course is a part of their Journey Through Scripture series.

With The Bible and the Sacraments scripture study you will learn:
  • where the Sacraments came from,
  • what the Sacraments mean,
  • why the Sacraments are so important and foundational to our Christian faith.

Beginning on Ash Wednesday (March 1) and continuing on each Wednesday throughout Lent, new lessons will be posted and remain available for two weeks to be accessed at your leisure. Each lesson is approximately 25-30 minutes in length, so should integrate well into anyone's busy lifestyle.

Whether you are a cradle Catholic, a convert to the faith, someone in the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA), or just thinking of becoming Catholic this course is for you. It is especially important for parents, grandparents, godparents, and teachers.

And for non-Catholics of all backgrounds, this is a wonderful opportunity to understand the Sacramental aspect of the Catholic faith of your friends, colleagues, neighbours, and family members.

To find out more, click on the link above. To register for free, click the Learn More button on that page.

For other free scripture studies, go to our BIBLE STUDIES & COMMENTARY page in our menu bar, where you will find a list of links to courses by Bible book and by topic.

Happy learning!


Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for letting us know about this. I've watched the first two lessons and have learned a lot, especially where their types are found in the Old Testament. I'm looking forward to the rest of the course.

Pax, Deanna

Anonymous said...

The lessons have been clear, thorough, and easy to understand. Thanks for letting us know about them.

Dave Magill