Our regular weekly meetings:
    Tuesday evenings 7:00 - 9:00
    St Finbar Community Center
        (2110 W Olive Burbank CA 91506)
    Mother Cabrini meeting room
    Follow the signs

Depending on special circumstances or activities, we may meet elsewhere at St Finbar facilities.

We occasionally have events and activities at other times as well. 


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Welcome to the St Finbar Bible Study and Enrichment site! Here you will find information on the courses we offer, as well as schedules, resources, and the latest announcements so you always know what's happening. We will also provide information about classes and workshops outside the parish.

The Scriptures are at the heart of our Catholic faith, and every effort to know the Bible is an effort to understand our faith.  As the Word of God, the Bible has the potential to deepen our relationship with God and transform our lives.

Our program consists of daily prayer, study and personal reflection; weekly small group sharing and prayer.  It is designed to create a balance between learning about the Bible and applying the Bible to our daily lives. We encourage you to become part of this program which will enrich your life.

  • Prophets
    Join us for our study of the prophets as we explore:

    Who were the major prophets in ancient Israel?
    How did the exile affect God's people?
    How can we learn and trust in the face of suffering?

    Posted Oct 5, 2015, 1:03 PM by Celeste Francis
  • Prophets I: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Baruch
    Prophets - Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Baruch   by William A Anderson, DMin, PhD
    In the ancient world, much as today, nations and rulers sought strength in force, influence and, sometimes, strange or material idols. Above these stood the Israelite prophets, messengers from God who brought hard words as well as good news. Using metaphors, imagery, and poetic language, a colorful portrait of God’s love for His people, especially the poor and oppressed, is painted. Though they didn’t always heed His Word, many found themselves amid the consequences of their actions (or lack thereof), including imminent destruction. In Prophetic Books I: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Baruch, Fr. William A. Anderson probes these visions, prophecies, and oracles, offering historical insight to the messages as well as spiritual insight into the action. He takes us from Judah to Assyria, through the Babylonian exile and back again, describing how God can work good out of evil and send grace through sin.
    (from the cover of the book)

    Come join us:
    Starting October 13, 2015
    Tuesdays, 7:00-9:00 pm
    Mother Cabrini Room

    For more information please contact Celeste Francis at (818) 848-0972 or celestefrancis@yahoo.com

    (see attached syllabus for full schedule.)

    Posted Oct 5, 2015, 12:55 PM by Celeste Francis
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National Bible Week - Nov 15 - 21, 2015 - useful resources

Check out the National Bible Week webpage for these and other resources: