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WH-01 Excavating Jesus: Part I, Daily Life at the Time of Jesus

The latest archaeological trend is examining daily life, and has produced amazing insights. How did people get over sickness, prepare and eat meals, and even find work? How do recent discoveries radically change the Christmas and Easter stories? Fr. Dave has led an archeological tour of the Holy Land every year for 12 years and brings those insights here, with plenty of time for your questions.

Fr. Dave Heney - Tues., March 21 - 7:30-9:00 pm - St. Bruno

WH-03 Excavating Jesus: Part III, Controversies & Questions

Do the Dead Sea Scrolls confirm or challenge our Bibles today? What does the just translated “Gabriel Stone” reveal about the resurrection? Did Jesus have a wife as a recent discovery indicates? Have the bones of Jesus, St. Peter, and the Apostle James actually been found? What are Islamic, Jewish, and Christian views on archaeology?

Fr. Dave Heney - Tues., April 4 - 7:30-9:00 pm - St. Mary of the Assumption

WH-05 The Book of Jonah: Beyond the Great Fish

The Prophet Jonah was swallowed by a great fish for three days. Really? What is really going on here? Why does Jesus refer to Jonah several times in the Gospels as one of the most important stories of all? We need to know. This course examines the multiple levels of the Book of Jonah and its deep realities about faith today.

Fr. Bill Nicholas - Tues., March 21 - 7:30-9:00 pm - St. Mary of the Assumption

WH-02 Excavating Jesus: Part II, Latest Discoveries

What does recent archaeology say about Jesus and Mary Magdalen? Has the home of Jesus been found? How do recent discoveries change our view of His childhood? Was there ever really a Moses, a King David, or Noah’s Ark? Science is bringing new insights everyday about our understanding of these biblical events.

Fr. Dave Heney - Tues., March 28 - 7:30-9:00 pm - St. Bruno

WH-04 The Prophets: Can they speak for God? Ancient People with Modern Messages

The Old Testament Prophets had important messages for the people of their time. Do they have a message for you today? Just what is the Biblical understanding of a Prophet? What was God saying through them to the people of their time and just how are those messages still amazingly relevant today?

Fr. Bill Nicholas - Tues., March 14 - 7:30-9:00 pm - St. Mary of the Assumption

WH-06 Christians 1 - Romans 0: How did Christians defeat the Roman Empire?

The Roman Empire conquered the world with massive military might and grew to the size of the United States -- yet succumbed after only a few generations to a small obscure religion from former Galilee fishermen. How did this happen? How could a band of Christian men and women change the Roman Empire? What lessons can Catholics today learn from them?

Fr. Dave Heney - Wed., March 8 - 7:30-9:00 pm - St. Bruno