"St. Augustine & St. Benedict" by Bishop Robert Barron
This study focuses on two incredible saints from the fourth and fifth centuries: St. Augustine of Hippo and St. Benedict of Nursia. St. Augustine, the Teacher, is possibly the best example of how faith in Christ changed a person. Augustine’s narrative of personal transformation in his book Confessions provides a template for life in Christ that still rings true today.
Many would argue that St. Benedict, the Monk, contributed more to saving western Christian culture than anyone else. Born just after Rome fell, Benedict founded the religious community that would, in time, preserve the best of the old and allow for the emergence of an authentic, Christian way of life.
Join Bishop Barron as he traces the lives and contributions of these two pivotal saints.
(Format: Student Workbook, Small Group Discussion, DVD presentations.)
Cathedral: Monday "Brown Bag" 12:10-12:40PM
Cathedral: Tuesday 9:30-11:30AM
Cathedral: Tuesday 6:30-8:30PM
5 Sessions: February 12th - March 12th
Deadline: Monday, January 28th.
Make checks payable to "Cathedral” Click the link above to register or pick up forms in Cathedral’s Gathering Space & St. Mary’s Commons. (See Registration Form for 45 min class & Home Study Options.)
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