Bible Study

Monday Night Scripture Study

30 September – 02 March 7:00 PM – 8:30PM
“Angels Throughtout the Ages”

We hear Scripture readings that tell stories of angelic interventions in history.  There’s a flip side, of course, to the angels. There are also the demons. In this study, we’re going to meet some of the angels and demons featured in the Bible as distinct spiritual persons, with names and identities. Who are they? What do they do? And what do their
names teach us about who they are?


30 September Who are Angels
7 October Angels in the Old Testament / Satan in the Book of Job
21 October Angels in the New Testament / The Dragon in Revelation
28 October Angels in the Life of Christ and the Accuser
04 November The Fall of the Angels / The Serpent in the Garden
18 November Micheangelo / The Role of Beauty in the Church
25 November Angels and the Holy Trinity and the Leviathan
02 December Interacting with the Angels / Quetzalcoatl and Our Lady of Guadeloupe
09 December The Guardian Angel / Beelzebub
16 December Angels in the Liturgy / What About Lucifer
06 January Angelice Help in Resisting Evil and the Destroyer and the Angel of Death
13 January St Francis
27 January The Role of the Nine Choirs of Angels / The Demon – Asmoda
03 February Growing with the Angels / Holy Raphael
10 February St. Joseph and the Angels / Holy Gabriel, the Archangel
24 February Angels in Revelation / Holy Michael, the Archangel
02 March Angels in the Early Church and a few more Angels

When:  On Monday Evenings:  In the Main Worship Space – 6:30 Snacks, Study 7-8:30 pm.  St Joan of Arc Catholic Parish, 315 Harris Grove Lane Yorktown, Virginia, 23692

If you would like to sign up, contact the Parish Office at 757-898-5570 or
Deacon Mark

Thursday Night Scripture Study

10 OCT – 14 NOV 2019 7:00 PM – 8:30PM
“David the King”

Adam was the first king and steward of the rightly ordered Garden of Eden. He was called to govern the garden according to God’s mind and purpose, but by allowing negative influences to wreak havoc on Eden, he did not fulfill his kingly responsibility. Long after Adam, David emerged as the definitive king who would restore order in the Garden and bring the world under the lordship of God. But like Adam, David fell and his reign ushered in a succession of compromised kings and rejected prophets.The New Testament, however, foretold a son of David who would realize the fullness of Israelite kingship ….but whose actual reign defied expectation. King David causes us to look back toward Adam’s kingship and forward to Christ the King, seeing Christ as the fulfillment of the Davidic line and the realization of the Kingdom of God on earth.


10 October Law of the Gift
17 October Your Servant is Listening
24 October Warrior of God
31 October Gathering in Jerusalem
07 November The House of David
14 November Absalom My Son

Location: Social Hall/ Contact Pat Clark to register:

Cost of Study Guide: $25.00

Contact: Pat Clark (757) 898-5570

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