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New Learning “Tracks” Announced

Students for On-Line Classes Tops 26,000

New Learning “Tracks” Announced


More than 26,000 students, from 25 countries, have enrolled for our free on-line Bible study classes.


“Wrapping up our second year of offering these classes, I continue to be amazed at the creative ways people are using our materials in their personal study and prayer, and in their ministries,” said Dr. Scott Hahn.


Indeed, from India and Sri Lanka to Jamaica and east Siberia, our on–line classes and other resources are proving to be powerful tools for evangelization. Missionaries in the field have already translated these classes and other resources into Russian, Vietnamese, Danish, and Spanish, among other languages—with our blessing.


Our classes are being used in the formation of nuns and seminarians from Nigeria to the United States. On far–flung U.S. military outposts—from Baghdad to Fort Hood, Texas—soldiers and other personnel are studying Scripture with the help of our classes. 


A Nevada parish made our on–line class From Genesis to Jesus the basis for its annual Lenten Mission. Dozens of parishes are using our classes in their ministries to teens and adults.

In Florida, a Catholic social worker is teaching our classes to incarcerated juvenile felons, ages 14 to 18. In Michigan, a deacon is using our courses in ministering to inmates in a state women’s prison. Recently, 15 of these inmates were received into the Church.


Beginning this month, we’re offering curricula and study plans that enable more in-depth use of our on-line classes. Classes have been organized into three basic “tracks” that will give students directed studies in select themes and issues in Scripture and liturgy:


Salvation History Track

• Covenant Love: Introducing the Biblical Worldview

• The Lamb's Supper: The Bible and the Mass

• ‘He Must Reign': The Kingdom of God in Scripture

Apologetics Foundations Track

• From Genesis to Jesus: A Journey Through Scripture

• The Lamb's Supper: The Bible and the Mass

• Hail, Holy Queen: The Mother of God in the Word of God

Biblical Theology Track

• Covenant Love: Introducing the Biblical Worldview

• 'Reading the Old Testament in the New: The Gospel of Matthew

• The Lamb's Supper: The Bible and the Mass


To check out our new on-line curricula, click here.

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