Dinner & Discussion:

Jesus’ Challenge to Young Adults

Jesus with sleeping disciples in the Garden; photo by Fr. Lawrence Lew, OP

What does it mean to live as an authentic Catholic disciple in the 21st century?

It Begins With the Gospels

Discipleship has always been a radical act. Through a study of the Gospels of Mark and Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, we’ll examine how to live as disciples of Jesus in the postmodern world.

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Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30 pm at Lockhart’s BBQ in Royal Oak

Oct 21 to Dec 16 & Jan 20 to 27

During the Meal: Teaching & Discussion

Each Wednesday evening session begins with a shared meal in a private room at Lockhart’s BBQ in Royal Oak. A talk during dinner will consider how each session’s Scripture readings speak to the overarching themes of discipleship, sexuality, and divine intimacy. Through small group discussion, we’ll deepen relationships as committed Catholic disciples.

Between Sessions

Understand each week’s Scripture passages more deeply through video-lectures and study questions from the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan (CBSM). The Catholic Biblical School of Michigan uses seminary-level instructors to bring the Scriptures to life so that you’ll be prepared to go deeper in prayer and be even more enriched by the dinner talks and discussion.

Dinner talk & discussion with pete zilokowski
at-home video scripture studies by colleen vermeulen
preview session scriptures and discipleship topics

Join the Course

Cost: $195 for 10-session course (Oct 21-Dec 16, Jan 20, & 27); includes Talk & Discussion at Lockhart’s and Catholic Biblical School of Michigan video-lectures.

Dinner ($10-15/meal) is not included. Cash bar available.