I recently received this great news for Birmingham-area Catholics from John Martignoni:
Our next Catholic Quarterly Luncheon is going to be on Wednesday, October 29th, at The Club, from 11:30am – 1:00pm. You may not believe me when I say this, but if you thought Scott Hahn’s talk was awesome, well, I think this one is going to be even better. Our guest speaker is Dr. Brant Pitre (pronounced “Pea-tree”), who is a Professor of Theology at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans. He is a brilliant theologian and he is particularly adept at bringing the Old Testament scriptures alive and explaining them in light of the New Testament in such a way that all you can say is…”Wow!” Scott Hahn even said to me about Brant, “He’s going places and doing things in scripture study that go way beyond anything I’ve ever done.”
To reserve your spot, you can pay online with a credit card or via PayPal. When you pay online the cost is $26.00 per person (the extra dollar covers the processing fees). Or, you can mail a check for $25.00 per person to:
Bible Christian Society, PO Box 424, Pleasant Grove, AL 35127
(When you pay online, you will receive an email acknowledging your reservation. If you send in a check, and would like an acknowledgment, please include an email address.)
Seating is limited and is first come, first served, so the sooner you sign up, the better. We will be unable to accommodate walk-ups the day of the luncheon, so you need to make your reservation beforehand. And, just so you know, if you pay now and something comes along that will cause you to miss the luncheon, you have until 48 hours before the luncheon to notify me and receive a full refund.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact me at: email@example.com or 205-744-1856.
I have read a good portion of Dr. Pitre’s book, Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist, and am indeed impressed with his work. This sounds like it’s going to be a great talk. I hope that many from the Birmingham area will sign up!
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