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The Bible and the Mass: WOG 2010

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  • 8 hours 9 min. (8 CDs / 8 DVDs / MP3)

    Dr. Brant Pitre
    (1) A Biblical Tour of the Mass (1 hr 5 min)
    (2) The Last Supper and the Lost Tribes of Israel (1 hr 5 min)
    (3) The Fourth Cup and the New Passover (1 hr 4 min)

     

    Dr. John Bergsma
    (4) Can't We Just Talk? Why Worship Needs More than Preaching (57 min)
    (5) You Snooze, You Lose: Why You Should Wake Up for the Offering of the Gifts (1 hr 5 min)

     

    Dr. Michael Barber
    (6) The Mass as Heaven on Earth: The Eucharist and Christ's Coming (1 hr)
    (7) David, the Thanksgiving Sacrifice, and the Eucharist (59 min)

     

    (8) Q&A Session (54 min)

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Ordered the title for our next bible study at church, which does not begin until after the first of the year. But anything that Dr. Pitre has produced has been an immense success at our study. HIs presentation is clear and explains scripture for us in an easy to understand way. We are looking forward to this study!

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R.G.
3 star

Standard fare for the most part.

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The Bible and the Mass: The Jewish roots of Christian Liturgy

I really like this series of talks on DVD from the Word of god Conference in 2010. The speakers and their topics were all very enlightening and I look forward to sharing the information with our parishioners. Thanks for masking this series available. I hope you will produce more DVD's like this one.

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S.W.
Interesting, challenging, moving

This was a great collection of talks. Although I have a pretty in-depth knowledge of this topic I still learned things I had not known before. I had previously purchased and listened to one of these ("Why can't we just talk?") so if you've bought a lot of individual titles you might want to check. But definitely worth having! I will listen to it again.

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J.A.
A must have for understanding and explaining the Mass!

This set is very thorough in explaing the Mass, because you get great insights from three great speakers.
Dr. Bergsma's talk on the Offering of the Gifts is amazing. PLEASE get this set, learn and love the Mass more and more!

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Very Illuminating

I loved this talk. It gave a great introduction into the Song of Solomon, and how it is interpreted. Dr. Pitre clarified this often misunderstood text and prompted me to want to learn more about Jesus as The Bridegroom (so I am now listening to Dr. Pitre's talk "Jesus the Bridegroom"). Well worth the buy.

Very Good Biblical Study on Mary and Her Role in God's Plan

Dr. Pitre does a great job explaining biblically Mary's role and some reasons the veneration that we give her as Catholics. I knew some general concepts about this already, but his talk was very good at bringing these teachings together and expounding more fully upon these mysteries.

Excellent Explanation of the Mass as Biblical Worship

I can't tell you how many times I have used what I learned in this series when talking to both Catholics and Protestants. It is very relevant for a time when even Catholics are confused about the meaning and significance of the Mass.

Another great work by Dr. Pitre

Dr. Pitre does not disappoint in his latest look at St. Joseph, using Scripture, Church History and the Fathers to Get to the heart of who St. Joseph was. What a great resource. I can't wait for the book!