New Session Begins September 1st

Blessings to you all!

September 1st is two weeks away.  Are you ready to continue with our study of the Gospel of Luke?
 
Week 7 of our study will begin with Luke 9:51.  If you are not to that point in your study, please try your best to catch up before September 1st.
 
I met with some of the Directors of Education in our region this past week.  They were so excited about the LGB bible study group!  They liked the idea of having an online bible study group.  As a result, they will be putting a flier about the group in their newsletters and bulletins.  It is the same flier you will see at St. Athanasius hopefully next weekend.   As a result, we may begin to see many new members to the group from other parishes.  For example, I got one call this evening from one person who will be joining!  She is a parishioner of Blessed Theresa of Calcutta in Fairdale, KY.  Please help me in welcoming everyone to the group!
 
If you or anyone you know needs a study guide, please let me know.   I still have some copies.  We can also order more if necessary.  Feel free to invite more people to join the LGB study group. Books are $8 for those that are not St. Athanasius parish members.
 
If you have an Ignatius Catholic Study Bible – The Gospel of Luke, by Scott Hahn and Curtis Mitch book that I gave you, but don’t intend to ever use it, you may give it back to me and I will pass it on.
 
With this new session, if anyone has any suggestions on how I can make it better, or if I need to make any changes or additions, please DO NOT hesitate to let me know.  I want to help make this format of study helpful to everyone.  I am open to any thoughts on how to do this.
 
I hope everyone has had a safe and restful summer.  I look forward to hearing about it.  Plus, if you read any good Christian books or saw any good faith-centered movies this summer, or if you visited a place that you felt a connection to Christ, please let everyone know on the Member Corner page of the LGB website.
 
Your friend in Christ,
Angie
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