Members of the parish gather for Bible Study on Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m. in the School Classroom. They gather to study the passages from the Bible that will be proclaimed at Mass the following weekend and to connect those readings with their lives.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops makes the readings of each day of the year available at their website. A Refection on the readings is also linked to the page with the readings
Click on the logo for the USCCB to see the liturgical calendar. Click on the date and see scripture readings for that day.
Faculty members at Creighten University offer Daily Reflections on the readings for each day of the year. You need only click on the appropriate date, and the reflection will pop up. Click here to see their website.
Rev. Thomas B. Iwanowski writes a weekly reflection on the Sunday readings: Looking to Sunday. They can be viewed online or received by email - usually by Wednesday afternoons - for those who sign up. Click here to see his website.
Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, also emails out Sunday Scripture Reflections every week, written by faculty members. You can subsribe to this service by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sunday Website also provides multiple reflections on the Sunday readings for every week of the year. This site is sponsored by St. Louis University. Click here to see this website.
Loyola Press provides weekly reflections called Sunday Connections. There are reflections for children at three difference levels, as well as one for families. Click here to see this website.
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The Church of the Resurrection is an urban Catholic community with people of diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, who have come together to serve God through various ministries and outreach programs. We encourage love of all God’s people by promoting spiritual growth through the love of God and the teachings of Christ Jesus through the Gospels. We stand firm in our beliefs.