The Cathedral School, the Higher Institute of Religious Studies, the Pastoral Centre of the Sacred Heart Catholic University and the Archdiocese of Milan for the seventh year are organising the Bible School in the City.
Following the structure of the canon of the Old and New Testament, over a period of three years the course will tackle a text from the Torah and one from the Gospels-Acts, a text from the Prophets and one from the Letters of St. Paul, a text from the Scriptures and one from the Catholic pastoral epistles (including the Apocalypse) so as to provide an overall picture of the entire Bible.
The City Bible School is coordinated by the Cathedral School and is led by Mons. Gianantonio Borgonovo, professor at FTIS and Archpriest of the Duomo of Milan.
The course is divided into two cycles of six lessons preceded by an introduction on Monday from 7.00 pm to 8.45 pm.
The first cycle begins on Monday 5th October 2015 from 7.00 pm to 8.45 pm at the Università Cattolica (Largo Gemelli 1) and was preceded on 28th September by an inaugural lecture by e S.E. Mons. Patrizio Rota Scalabrini, Professor of Biblical Studies at the FTIS and at the Seminary of Bergamo and the Director of the Office for the Biblical Apostolate of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bergamo and Delegate for Ecumenism
Enrolments are accepted from 16th September at the Registrar's Office of the Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose (tel. 02.86318503 – email@example.com).