Romans Study

Romans: The Gospel of Salvation


Paul’s letter to the Romans has been at the center of reflection, conversion, and controversy from the very beginning. Romans: The Gospel of Salvation provides an authentically Catholic way to understand this challenging epistle. Above all, it will help you enter into a more meaningful relationship with Christ. This fall David V. Hines will facilitate four sessions of this study, and another four sessions will be given next year. The sessions will run from 7:00-8:30 PM with a 25 minute video taught by the theologians Andrew Swafford, Ph.D of Benedictine College and Jeff Cavins. A discussion will follow. The dates for the study are Tuesdays: October 22, October 29, November 12 & November 19. Watch the trailer above to learn more.

Register by October 11th

If you would like to participate, please email David Hines here or call the Holy Cross office by Friday, October 11th. Please register so that the appropriate number of workbooks can be ordered. The cost of these books is $27.00. You can pay by check, made out to Holy Cross Church, or cash on the first day of class, October 22nd.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own personal Catholic Bible to class and to begin to read Romans.

Many Catholics fear Romans as a ‘Protestant’ Epistle of Paul, but in this lavishly illustrated and attractive study, Swafford and Cavins present Catholics with a study that is both profound yet accessible—based on the best contemporary scholarship and faithful to the Church’s tradition. I’ve seldom seen Catholic bible study materials this good
— John Bergsma
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