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The Gospel of Mark 6 Week Virtual Scripture Seminar

Posted on October 04, 2021 in: Events, FaithSparks

The Gospel of Mark 6 Week Virtual Scripture Seminar

Join the Office of Faith Events for a Virtual Scripture Seminar 
Discipleship and the Gospel of Saint Mark

A Bible Study with Dr. Lisa M. Gulino 

Dr. Gulino will guide participants through the pages of the Gospel of St. Mark. 

The Gospel of Mark unfolds, within the context of Jesus' journey to Jerusalem, key characteristics of living as a disciple of Jesus. You will learn key tools to reading the Gospel of Mark.  The study of the Word of God is not enough, how do we pray with God's Word as well?  Each session will present key concepts which breaks open the Word of God as well as an opportunity to discover how the Word of God, in light of Sacred Tradition, speaks to us today. 

Each session will conclude with a Lectio Divina (Sacred reading and prayerful meditation) on a particular passage.  

Lisa M. Gulino, D.min has served in Church ministry for 35 years with the specialties of adult spiritual formation, catechesis, and evangelization.

To register for this virtual program please contact
Marianne at 860-848-2237 Ext 304 or manicholas@norwichdiocese.net

Every Wednesday 6:30p - 8p

October 20th - November 17th

Learn key concepts to break open the Word -- Enhance your faith -- Discover your call to discipleship

To Join

Contact Marianne

Manicholas@norwichdiocese.net

or

860-848-2237 x 304

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