The cost for the 22 week, 2018-19 LIVE Omaha Metro Class: $50.00 per person.
- Evening class at Creighton Prep.
The class begins with praise music and an inspirational opening. The openings range from personal testimony to humorous skits or brief topical teachings. The class then divides into small discussion groups. Each group is led by a trained facilitator. During this time, you will share your prepared responses to the home study questions. The typical small group has 12-15 members: small enough that all can participate, but large enough to generate a lively discussion. The session culminates with a live lecture given by the teaching director of "Seeking Truth," Sharon Doran. Sharon is an experienced Bible teacher and uses many visuals in her presentations. Sharon has master's degrees in both Education and Pastoral Theology with an emphasis in Sacred Scripture. As a life long Catholic she has a deep love and respect for Christ's bride the church and the endorsement of her Archbishop George Lucas.
Each year brings a new study. For 2018-19, we will be studying: "The Gospel of Luke."
Annointed by the Holy Spirit,St. Luke and his companion St. Paul, wrote the largest portion of the New Testament. Only St. Luke included the Virgin Mary's story.
The Authors of this "Come and See" curriculum are
Fr. Joseph Ponessa SSD and Laurie Manhardt Ph.D.
The cost for the 22 week, 2018-19 LIVE Omaha Metro Class study of "The Gospel of Luke" will be $50.00 per person. Register for the afternoon class at St. Leo the Great or the evening class at Creighton Prep.
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Registration fills quickly. Advanced registration is needed for planning and ordering of curriculum. Class materials will be handed out on the first class session on September 6, 2018. You will receive an e-mail and phone call prior to the first class with all the needed information.
Seeking Truth is a non-profit 501c3, servant hearted ministry.
No one is paid and no budgetary money is provided from the Archdiocese of Omaha to administer the program. The Lord, the generosity of our host locations, and the generosity of our members make the ministry possible and we are eternally grateful!