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Luke_screenshot LUKE: Gospel of Mercy Trailer

  Coming for Fall Studies! All New CSS Bible Study for FALL!! LUKE: The Gospel of Mercy 18 part Bible Study  Dr. Paul Thigpen and Fr. Jeffrey Kirby Join us for the exciting all new Bible Study from Catholic Scripture Study! You’ll discover a state-of-the-art new video format with music, stunning videography shot on location in Rome, a powerful teaching segment with comprehensive written commentary, and... 

welcome Welcome to CSS

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Catholic Commentary

Cordileone BUILDING A CIVILIZATION OF TRUTH AND LOVE

Building a Civilization of Truth and Love ARCHBISHOP SALVATORE CORDILEONE Editor’s note: The following... [Read more]

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Catholic Catechesis

holy spirit Prayer to Holy Spirit

  Breathe in me, O Holy Spirit, that my thoughts may all be holy. Act in me, O Holy Spirit, that... [Read more]

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Endorsements

Archbishop Donoghue Most Reverend John F. Donoghue, Former Archbishop of Atlanta

“I had the pleasure of examining a wonderful program offered by Catholic Scripture Study International, which I believe, surpasses any other program I have seen. In addition to materials which do not insult the intelligence of the Catholic seeker of truth, this program covers all the desirable bases – thorough textual analysis and exegesis, stimulating questions to engage the individual subscriber,... [Read more]

Bishop-Jugis2 Most Reverend Peter Jugis, Bishop of Charlotte

“This Bible study program is rooted in sound Biblical scholarship and in the Church’s magisterium. I hope you will welcome and support this important Bible study program in your parishes.”  Read More →

ttomeo Teresa Tomeo

“Catholic Scripture Study allows Catholics, regardless of their level of Scripture knowledge, to see our Church from a truly Biblical perspective. It is so exciting and fulfilling to be able to connect the dots between what we read in the Old Testament and the New Testament and what we practice at Mass, in the Sacraments, and in our daily walk with the Lord.”    Read More →

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