Monthly Archives: November 2010

What are you doing to flex your Advent muscles this year?

What are you doing to prepare for Advent this year? The Biblical School is offering a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of this most familiar of liturgical seasons. On Wednesday, December 1st, Scott Powell and Ben Akers will be … Continue reading

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Cleaning the Peanut Butter from our Spiritual Ears

-By Derek Barr One of my favorite gifts that I received as a child for Christmas was a citizens band radio (CB radio).  I grew up in an era where over-the-road truckers were trendy.  They were glorified by movies such … Continue reading

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Local Seminarian May Be One of the Miracles Required for Vietnamese Cardinal’s Beatification

St. John Vianney Seminarian, Joseph (“Huy”)Nguyen knows what it feels like to be dead. Recently, Nguyen, who is a good friend of the Catholic Biblical School, carried his own voided death certificate to Rome to present it as potential evidence toward … Continue reading

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Pope Unveils Historic Document on Scripture in the Life of the Church

Last week, the Vatican released a document which some are calling the most important document on Scripture since Vatican II. The Holy Father issued it as a follow-up to the bishop’s synod on Scripture which was held back in 2008. … Continue reading

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Seeing the Spiritually Blind

-By Derek Barr In the first of our series on the spiritually disabled, we look at the spiritually blind.  The spiritually blind hear the truth, but they cannot see what it means.  They cannot see the “big picture” of salvation … Continue reading

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Biblical School Instructors make Profession of Faith and Oath of Fidelity to the Church

Yesterday, on the feast day of St. Leo the Great, the instructors at the Denver Catholic Biblical School made their Profession of Faith and Oath of Fidelity to the Catholic Church. The oath and profession were received by Msgr. Michael Glenn, rector of … Continue reading

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Gospel Healings: Insight for the Spiritually Disabled

By Derek Barr Have you ever wondered why sometimes it is so difficult to follow the Lord?  But in reality, is it the Lord–perfect in all things–that is difficult, or is it our own fallen nature that makes it difficult to … Continue reading

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