“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” Psalm 119:105
For Christians, the Bible is more than a collection of ancient stories. It is not a static document, but a living text which continues to speak to us today.
The Diocese of Broken Bay seeks to offer opportunities for all to read and engage with the Bible as a life giving encounter with God, leading to a deeper lived relationship with God. All are encouraged to grow in knowledge and understanding of sacred Scripture, and in applying Scripture to everyday life.
The Diocese of Broken Bay is an associate member of the Catholic Biblical Federation.
Broken Bay Bible Conference 2019
"The Holy Spirit Through the Pages of Scripture"
11 & 12 October 2019
Presented by Dr Debra Snoddy and Rev Assoc Prof Ormond Rush
From the very first pages of Scripture, through to the life of Jesus, the Early Church, and into our own times, the Holy Spirit is active, boldly empowering and gifting God's people. Journey with us as we discover who the Holy Spirit is, and how the Spirit guides, enlivens and encourages our lives and the Church today.
Register online at www.trybooking.com/BCKBE
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Bible Sunday 28 July 2019
Bible Sunday is celebrated each year on the 4th Sunday in July, and parishes are encouraged to celebrate the Bible on this day in a special way.
There are a number of key documents that outline the importance of Sacred Scripture and the Church's understanding of God's word.
Bible Reading Plans
Below are some plans and ideas which offer an opportunity to begin a new habit of reading the Bible.