HomeDiocesan ReportsFirst Liturgical Bible Study Conference slated Oct 30

First Liturgical Bible Study Conference slated Oct 30

The initiative aims to promote and strengthen the use of the Liturgical Bible Study method to prepare Catholics for Sunday Masses

Filipino Catholics are invited to the country’s first Liturgical Bible Study Conference on New Evangelization, an event that encourages the faithful to practice the Catholic bible study method.

Organized by the Live Christ Share Christ – Live the Word pillar, the conference will take place at Pasig Catholic College – Aula Minor on Oct. 30.

The initiative that aims to promote and strengthen the use of the Liturgical Bible Study (LBS) method, a Bible methodology to prepare Catholics for Sunday Masses.

The event, which happens from 8am to 3pm, will feature sessions, group discussions, reflections, and prayers.

Among the speakers is Fr. Arlo Bernardo Yap, SVD, executive secretary of the CBCP Episcopal Commission on the Biblical Apostolate (ECBA), who will tackle how to use the method for personal nourishment and as a tool for evangelization.

Fr. Arlo, who is also the creator of the LBS method, said the conference will allow the participants to “experience the outpouring of the Holy Spirit to live the word, to be instruments of living and sharing the word to others, and to be nourished with the word to live the word.”

The conference may also be viewed live through a private Facebook group dedicated to all Visayas, Mindanao, and international delegates.

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Established in 2011, Live the Word is continuously conducting LBS in different parts of the world, including Southeast Asia, Europe, and America.

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