Every Tuesday, from 01/08/2019 to 04/09/2019, 9:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism - Part Two
Tuesdays | April 23 - June 4, 2019
9:30 - 11:15 am
Tuesday Evening Scripture Study
Those "Extra" Books in the Catholic Bible: Why They Matter
Tuesdays starting January 15, 2019 | 7:00 - 8:30pm
Rooms 4 & 5
Registration cost: $20
This class will be led by Professor Gene Giuliano.
Most Catholics know that the Catholic Bible contains Old Testament books that are not included in the Protestant Bible. Perhaps we don’t give these writings much thought except when the subject of the difference between the biblical canons arises. Yet, most Christians agree that these books are valuable because they were written during the last two centuries before the birth of Christ. Therefore, they offer insight into Jewish history and thought shortly before and during the time of New Testament events and thus provide important background to the New Testament. Fragments of these important texts can be found in the Dead Sea Scrolls, and they continue to impact our Catholic faith and our understanding of the bible today. Join us and learn the special stories behind these books, which make the Catholic Bible unique and comprehensive.
The Bible Timeline is currently in session (Sept. 11 - Apr. 9)
Questions? Please contact Colleen Whitlock
Wednesday Morning Scripture Study
The Nicene Creed: Its History, Theology and Continuing Importance for the Church
Wednesdays, starting January 30, 2019 | 10:00 - 11:30am
Registration cost: $20
This class will be led by Professor Jim McGill.
Any questions, please call or email Colleen Whitlock at 817-421-1387.
Thursday Evening Scripture Study & Theology
The Life and Writing of St. Paul
Thursdays beginning February 21 | 7:00 - 8:30pm
GSCC's Upper Room
This class will be led by: Scott Decker
We will begin with a discussion of his early life as a persecutor, the Damascus Road incident and his time before his journeys. We will discuss his missionary work found in the last half of the book of Acts as supplemented by further information found in his Epistles. We will discuss the 13 books of the Pauline corpus covering the dating, audience and primary concerns. Finally, we will cover St. Paul’s theology and its place in the Catholic church.
Any questions, please call or email Colleen Whitlock, 817-421-1387.
Walking with Purpose
Do you desire to grow in your Catholic faith? Do you seek connection with other women in our parish community? We invite you to consider joining Walking with Purpose this fall at Good Shepherd Catholic Community.
Weekly group sessions are starting on Tues, Sept 25 from 7 - 9pm in the Parish Hall and runs Sept 25 - April 30.
Opening Your Heart, our foundational study, is designed for women new to Walking with Purpose whether or not you have any Bible study experience; you are welcome as you are to learn how the Scriptures apply to our everyday lives.
Walking with Purpose transforms the hearts and lives of women by providing Bible studies that enable women to know Christ through Scripture and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
To register, please contact Colleen Whitlock at