All sessions begin at 10:30am. For more information, call Chapel of Our Savior (508) 583-8357, ext. 13
All Group Meetings are in the Lecture Hall.
(In the event of the closure of the Brockton Schools, the scheduled session will be cancelled.)
This course will place you in the midst of the powerful drama of her earthly life. You will learn how her words in our lives today draw us ever closer to her Divine Son.
February 1 — The Woman at the Well: Have you ever felt there is no way God could love you? This class focuses not just on the story of Jesus’ mercy and forgiveness, but on the powerful symbol of God’s love for sinners.
February 8 — Jesus the Bridegroom: Do you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ? The Bible never uses the expression “personal relationship” but uses the analogy of the Bridegroom for his Bride. Why? Is Jesus that intimate with His Church?
February 15 — Jewish Roots of Divine Mercy: At the very heart of Jesus’ mission and message was something we often overlook: the message of mercy. “I desire mercy, not sacrifice.” (Matt 12:7); but what does this mean? Come and see.
February 22 — Indulgences granted through Divine Mercy will be explored.
When were they formulated? Were they created at the same time? What was role of church leaders in formulating them? Source books, Catechism of the Catholic Church, Sacred Scripture and “The Doors to the Sacred” by Joseph Martos.
A step by step look at what the Passover sacrifice and the Passover meal were like at the time of Jesus.
The first book of the Bible. Is it historically correct? Who wrote it? Does it contain any common stories? What is the purpose of the book?
This is the Passion of the Lord used in the Liturgy of Good Friday. We will run this course concurrently with our Wednesday 10am morning showing of The Passion of the Christ (a Mel Gibson film)
The Passion of the Christ (a Mel Gibson film)
April 5, Part 1
April 12, Part 2
We will explore the appearances of the Lord to the Apostles and disciples after the Resurrection in the Holy Scriptures.
We look at the mystery of the Resurrection step by step. From the empty tomb, to the disciples walking with Jesus on the way, and discover why they didn’t recognize him until the breaking of the bread.
Sometimes referred to as the Deuterocanonical Books, which are not included in the Hebrew Scriptures and the Protestant Bible. Why are they called Catholic? Why are they in Catholic Bibles and not Protestant, Orthodox and Jewish Scriptures? What do they contain, and how useful is it to us.
This dramatic 10-session journey features best-selling author and popular speaker Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC. He weaves a tapestry of wonder and beauty from the threads of history of Poland to the apparitions of Fatima, to the powerful witness of Maximillian Kolbe and St. John Paul II.