“Lectio: Eucharist – Discovering the Mass in the bible”

We invite you to join the BEST scripture study you’ve ever encountered! It’s “Lectio: Eucharist – Discovering the Mass in the Bible” with Dr. Brant Pitre which begins Feb. 9th. See the trailer video to get a glimpse.

We meet on Sundays after Mass at 7:15 pm in the Media Center of the School. See the schedule link on this page below the picture of the workbooks. You can order your workbook on the web at Formed.org’s Market site here

The DVD’s for our study are also available free to you at formed.org website. Use the following links:

“Lectio: Mark – Faith not Fear” with Dr. Tim Gray  Faith Not Fear Program

“Lectio: Eucharist – Discovering the Mass in the Bible” with Dr. Brant Pitre  Discovering the Mass in the Bible Program

Here’s a link for a sample of the workbook for Lectio: Eucharist. It shows how each week include study material for 5 Commit Days of Lectio Divina to read, reflect, and respond. Both workbooks have similar in this format. Have a look at a sample with this link.

Schedule for Our Scripture Studies

Lectio Studies 2019-2020 Mark – Eucharist

Helpful Study Links

RSVCE Bible: Use this link to search scripture text.

Catechism of the Catholic Church: Use this link to search or read the Catechism.


Last year’s study was “A Biblical Walk Through The Mass”

This study of the Liturgy explored the biblical roots of the words and gestures we experience at Mass and explains their profound significance. Discover how the Mass is a “true re-presentation” of Christ’s redeeming sacrifice. This was a 5-week study. It included a DVD series presented by Dr. Edward Sri followed by group discussion. The $20 Student Pack consisted of a 165 page text and a 36 page workbook. Although our Parish study is over you still might enjoy this book and workbook combination. Use the link below to order a copy.

Today’s Readings

  • Reading I 1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19 Samuel was sleeping in the temple of the LORD where the ark of God was. The LORD called to Samuel, who answered, “Here I am.” Samuel ran to Eli and said, “Here I am.  You called me.” “I did not call you, “  Eli said.  “Go back to […]