DYM Study Day: How to read St Paul

DYM Study Day: How to read St Paul

About the day

St Paul’s letters to the Romans and Galatians raise some of the most important, difficult, and contentious questions in all of Sacred Scripture. It was Luther’s interpretation of these letters, and particularly their doctrine of justification, that convinced him so thoroughly that the Catholic Church had gone astray. What does St Paul teach about justification? Are we saved by faith alone? What exactly is the relationship between law and grace? Join us for a study day on St Paul, where we will explore the theology of the Apostle to the Gentiles in two of his most significant letters.

As well as looking at Romans and Galatians, the day will include a more general Catholic fundamental theology of Sacred Scripture, to understand what we mean when we describe the Biblical texts as inspired, and what role they play in the life of the Church.

There will be three sessions, including work in small groups, and time for questions and discussion. We will also celebrate Mass together in the priory church, and lunch will be provided. There is no cost to attend, but registration is essential.

Who is it for?

The day is open to any young adults (18-35), including those new to the Catholic tradition or looking to deepen their faith.

Date and Timings

Saturday 1st June 2024, 10:00 – 16:30

How to get there

The Rosary Shrine, London NW5 4LB

The Rosary Shrine is in north London, a short walk from both Belsize Park and Chalk Farm tube stations. The no.24 bus also stops outside the church. More information can be found on the website (

Booking information

The study day is free of charge, but booking is essential. To receive the booking form, and if you have any further questions, please email us:

Br John: or Br Jerome:

The Godzdogz team consists of student brothers studying at Blackfriars Studium in Oxford.

Comments (1)

  • Luke Pinnington

    I would like to come.


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