July 20-27. The 32nd annual Bible Institute will include a weekend of workshops and liturgies; one-, two, three- and four-day weekday seminars seminars; a Friday youth day led by Nathanael Egan and Co., a musical play based on the story of Esther; healing services, Masses, confession, music, and an introduction to the Guadalupe Bible College. Many of the sessions are of particular interest to those with a Charismatic spirituality, including a four-day seminar on how to teach the Bible in “the power of the Holy Spirit,” a three-day Life in the Spirit seminar, and two seminars by Bill Richard. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr will celebrate the Sunday afternoon Mass; Bishop Joe Binzer will celebrate the closing Mass on Friday; Father Niby Kinna of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (Covington) will lead a Thursday night Eucharistic procession; and Father Chris Clay (Lexington) will celebrate the opening Mass. Housing and meals are available on campus for a fee — all must be paid in advance. THIS YEAR THE UNIVERSITY FOOD COURT WILL NOT BE OPEN because of renovations; daily lunches for day-trippers are available from area restaurants. Housing reservations due by July 3.
Pay what you can for your sessions — there is no set fee so that the Institute is available to everyone. For questions about the Bible Institute, call (513) 922-0923.