Mon Sep 12, 2016 - Mon Jun 26, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Gospel of Mark: First called “The Memoirs of St. Peter”. This gospel although the shortest (only 16 chapters) is probably the most difficult to understand. Written during the Jewish star with the Romans (66 to 70 C.B) but before the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. It employs the apocalyptic genre to predict the fall of the Temple. Disciples are seen in opposition to Jesus, not understanding who he is and what type of messiah he was called to be. Subsequently, they do not see what disciples are called to be even today.

Explore these and other issues while you are deepen your own faith. Study sessions are held in Tabor on the ground floor of the main building from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. every Monday night. Everyone is welcome and refreshments are provided.

Cost: by donation

Pat Brady

Pat Brady


Pat Brady is a Benedictine Sister of the House of Bread Monastery. She has a doctorate in Theology from Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has received training in Ignation spiritual direction and discernment from the Jesuits of Guelph, Ontario.

She worked as a pastoral assistant at the Victoria Roman Catholic Cathedral for 4 years and in Duncan for 12 years. She has done work with Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) and assisted in marriage preparation. She has provided spiritual direction and done retreat work with individuals and groups for over 25 years.


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