Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism (Part One)

by Sonja Corbitt

Have you ever been unable to explain the “why” of Catholic beliefs? Have you ever wondered why the Old Testament sounds so different from the New Testament? In the Old Testament, God began building a plan and laying a foundation for the beautiful traditions of the Catholic Faith. That plan was fulfilled by Jesus in the New Testament.

Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism is an apologetic approach to sharing the Catholic Faith using the Old Testament Tabernacle as a blueprint for God’s plan. While it is designed as a faith-sharing Scripture study, you will also gain an understanding of some of the most questioned Catholic teachings. Fulfilled will reignite your love of Scripture and help you share and defend the Catholic Faith with the Word of God.

Part One focuses on the elements found in the outer sanctuary of the Tabernacle and how they connect to the liturgical calendar, the priesthood, purgatory, baptism, and more. Part Two (Coming Soon in 2018) focuses on the elements found in the inner sanctuary of the Tabernacle and how they connect to the Magisterium, the Eucharist, incense, Mary, and more.


******MORNING SESSION OPTION******
WHEN: Tuesday Mornings, 10:30am-noon
WHERE: : Room 7 (School Building, 1st floor)
DATES: April 10,17,24,May 1, 8, 15, 22 , (29 makeup date)


******EVENING SESSION OPTION******
WHEN: Wednesday Evenings, 7:30pm-9:00pm
WHERE: Room 7 (School Building, 1st floor)
DATES: April 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23 (30 makeup date)


Registration Fee: $17 (Financial assistance available. Contact Karen Dill at the CFC Office, 908-725-0552 ext. 825)

Registration Deadline: March 26th -- (this early deadline is necessary to accommodate the extra time needed to order the materials over the Easter holiday)

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