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The Particulars of Rapture

I’ve borrowed the title of this post from a book by Torah and Talmud scholar, Avivah Zornberg, who wrote a book on Exodus by the same name. In an radio interview I was recently listening to, Zornberg presented a beautiful reflection … Continue reading

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The Mass Decoded

Ever wonder what’s really going on at Mass? Ever been asked the question, ‘why do Catholics do that–is it in the Bible?’ Wonder no more! This summer the faculty of the Biblical School will be leading a 5-week journey through … Continue reading

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Dr. Peter Kreeft is Coming to Town!

Save the date! On March 4th, the Catholic Biblical School will be celebrating it’s “Servant of the Word” Banquet honoring Dr. Peter Kreeft of Boston College. Dr. Kreeft will be recieving our award this year for the great strides he … Continue reading

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The Mute and the Lame- Paralysis of Word and Deed

We’re back from a brief Christmastime respite with a new meditation from Derek Barr in our ongoing series on Jesus’ healings! By Derek Barr Have you ever had the sensation around 3 am, when all is dark and quiet, and … Continue reading

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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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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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