THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH



Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in Scotland
under the patronage of Saint John Henry Newman

Lent Course 2021

with the Ordinariate in Scotland


In the Footsteps of Saint Paul

every Thursday from 7pm until 8pm

We will follow St Paul, step by step, in chrological order,
from his Birth in Tarsus around 5 AD
to his Martyrdom in Rome in 68 AD

Thursday 18th February - 1: Introducing Saint Paul
Thursday 25th February - 2: The Early Years
Thursday 4th March - 3: The First Missionary Journey
Thursday 11th March - 4: The Second Missionary Journey
Thursday 18th March - 5: The Third Missionary Journey
Thursday 25th March - 6: The Final Journeys of Saint Paul

You will be familiar with the writings of Saint Paul the Apostle from the many Letters he wrote to the numerous churches he founded and from the accounts of his travels recorded by Saint Luke in the Acts of the Apostles

This Lent Course, In the Footsteps of Saint Paul will take you through his life, step by step, in chronological order, from his Birth in Tarsus around 5 AD to his Martyrdom in Rome in 68 AD. We will discover the places he visited, the people he met and the many dangers he faced.

St Paul traveled around 14 Thousand miles on his missionary journeys, many of which were overland on Roman roads and some by sea which although much faster, was far more dangerous in those days, than traveling across the land, not just because of pirates, but also because of the weather - the Mediterranean is still known for its changeable weather.

The booklets to accompany the Lent Course In the Footsteps of Saint Paul include: A Chronology of the Life of Paul the Apostle and a leaflet detailing each of the six parts of the Lent Course.

In order to receive the booklets by post and to register for the course, please complete the form on the right in order to join us this Lent as we follow In the Footsteps of Saint Paul

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