Bible and Book Studies are beginning soon this fall! Here are ones to consider!

Martyr Mom’s studying St Joseph—Friday Mornings

Join other moms to study and get to know St Joseph, through There are no materials to purchase. If you would like to have your own access to the videos we will be watching, you can purchase a membership for $37. Here is a link to more information: Join at any time.

  • When: Fridays from 9:30 – 11:15 AM beginning October 8th
  • Where: Parish Center
  • Format: The class format will include watching the videos, then going over discussion questions and topics related to the videos, St Joseph, and our prayer lives.
  • Register: email Christine Hinton at

Women’s Bible Study – 2nd Saturday Mornings (2nd Saturday of each month)

Join other women of St. Stephen the Martyr parish to study Kevin Perrotta’s: John 1-10 – I Am the Bread of Life.

  • When: 2nd Saturday of the Month from 8 -10 AM, beginning October 9
  • Where: Parish Center
  • Register: call Janice Dethlefs at 402-651-0153

Acts of the Apostles and Pauline Letters—Tuesdays Mornings

Begins with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Church. The study of the Acts of the Apostles helps us understand the four marks of the one, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church. St. Paul of Tarsus was one the most influential letter-writers of all time. Learn how his missionary travels in Acts are linked to ten of his apostolic letters. This study demonstrates the recapitulation of Jesus Christ in the life of the Apostles and ultimately in the life of the Church.

  • When: Tuesday from 9:15 to 10:45 AM, beginning September 7, 2021, through March 2022
  • Where: Parish Center
  • Format: Read together, answer questions (that will be supplied to everyone ahead of class time), and watch the Seeking Truth Sharon Doran lecture
  • Register: email Diane Burton at

The Complete Sayings of Jesus—Wednesday Mornings

Join us to study exactly what Jesus said, to whom did He say it, where He was when He said it, what was their reaction, and what was the context. Like the Jefferson Bible, this is an attempt to edit the four gospels into a consistent account, in this case focusing on the words of Jesus. There is plenty of connecting narrative around the instances where Jesus speaks, so this is better than simply presenting each quote out of context. The focus on what Jesus is attributed as saying makes it easier to browse the core texts of the New Testament. All in all, a very useful reference, and a great read. (Quote from

  • When: Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30 AM, beginning October 13, 2021 through Spring 2022
  • Where: Parish Center
  • Format: Present the material in chronological order of our Savior’s making the statements. Presenters include Deacon Marty Warwick and Cindy Bazis. The book is available on Amazon or free as a PDF on the internet.
  • Register: email Deacon Marty at

If you are hosting a study or have an interest, please reach out to Adam Ybarra, Director of Evangelization and Catechesis at 402-861-4507 or

Due to inclement weather school is closed today.