This second edition features an imprimatur and a foreword by the Most Reverend Richard E. Pates, bishop of Des Moines. Presenting an in-depth explanation of the biblical foundations of the movie The Passion of the Christ, this popular Turning to God’s Word Catholic Bible study by Jennifer McGaw Phelps contains all of the original material of the 2004 edition as well as many new features in an improved, reader-friendly format. A free online version of Jesus’ Passion: The Story of Redemptive Suffering will be available on this website through the Easter octave ending Sunday, April 8, 2018. Printed copies of Jesus’ Passion: The Story of Redemptive Suffering can be purchased year-round from our website shop.
Introduction For God So Loved the World
Lesson 1 Agony in the Garden
Lesson 2 The Son of Man Before the Chief Priests
Lesson 3 What Is Truth?
Lesson 4 Via Dolorosa: The Way of Sorrows
Lesson 5 Crucifixion, Death & Resurrection
see samples of other Catholic Bible studies by Jennifer McGaw Phelps
- The United Kingdom of Israel: Foreshadowing the Reign of Christ the King (2017 with Matthew Phelps) a study of the reigns of Saul, David, and Solomon
- In the Beginning: The Book of Genesis (2016 with Matthew Phelps) a study of the first book of the Old Testament
- Sing a New Psalm: Communicating with God Through the Prayers of the Church (2015) a study of Psalms prayed for Lauds and Vespers using The Revised Grail translation
- The Letter to the Hebrews: An Explanation of the Mechanism of Our Salvation (2014 with Matthew Phelps) a study of the Letter to the Hebrews and the biblical foundation of the priesthood
- The Revelation of Jesus Christ: The Faithful Witness (2013 with Matthew Phelps) a study of the final book of the New Testament
- Scripture and the Rosary: New Testament Mysteries, Old Testament Parallels (2012 with Tami Palladino) a study of the biblical foundations of the Rosary Mysteries looking at both the Old and New Testaments
- The Gospel According to John: An Encounter with Grace and Truth (2011 with Tami Palladino and Matthew Phelps) a study of the Fourth Gospel’s focus on the sacraments of the Church