Webinar: “Fear Not, For I Am With You”: God’s Presence in Times of Crisis, featuring Dr. Scott Hahn

Redeeming Communication: Christian Speech in a Hostile World

The seminar was held on January 23, 2021 at St. Michael Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE

Words That Hurt and Words That Heal: Listening to the Voice of Wisdom (Dr. Vern Steiner)
Sticks and Stones? James 3 and the Costly Weight of Words (Joshua Burks)
“Gracious and Seasoned with Salt”: Speaking Christianly (or, How to Argue Without Quarreling) (Chad Steiner)

The Biblical Portrayal of St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church

This seminar was held on October 23, 2021 at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE.

St. Joseph: A Biblical Biography (Dr. Vern Steiner)
What We Learn About Joseph From the Old Testament (Chad Steiner)
St. Joseph: An Image of the Father (Joshua Burks)

A Biblical Journey Through Holy Week: Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday

This seminar was held on April 9, 2022 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE.

From Palm Sunday Through Holy Thursday (Dr. Vern Steiner)
“He is the Atoning Sacrifice for Our Sins”: The Significance of the Catholic Understanding Christ’s Achievement on Good Friday (Chad Steiner)
In the Tomb of Victory: What Happened on Holy Saturday? (Joshua Burks)

Encountering the Eucharist from Genesis to Revelation

This seminar was held on October 22, 2022 at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE.

The Eucharistic Altar as Light to the Nations (Chad Steiner)
From the Passover to the Passion (Vern Steiner)
The Eucharist as Covenant: The Sacrament of the New Testament (Joshua Burks)

Benedict XVI: The Debt We Owe as Church and Academy

This seminar was held on April 15, 2023 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and Newman Center. The featured speaker of this seminar was Dr. Christopher Blum, Provost of the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology. 

How Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) Helped Shape My Exegetical Approach and The Emmaus Institute for Biblical Studies (Dr. Vern Steiner)
“That they may be consecrated in truth”: In Appreciation of the Pontificate of Benedict XVI (Dr. Christopher Blum)