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Conversion Study Guide

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This study guide for the Conversion study program will enhance your understanding of Bishop Barron’s presentation on the lifelong process of conversion.

The study guide is divided into seven sections, which correspond to the sections of the presentation:

  • Introduction
  • Bartimaeus
  • The Rich Young Man
  • Matthew
  • Jonah
  • The Woman at the Well
  • The Journey of the Magi

Each section provides four or five “Questions for Understanding,” which incorporate references from Scripture and from the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Each section also includes several “Questions for Reflection,” which help you reflect on how Bishop Barron’s message is relevant to your own life and experiences.


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St. Matthew

Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 09/21


Patron Of: Accounts, Bankers, Bookkeepers, Stockbrokers, Tax Collectors

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Son of Alphaeus, he lived at Capenaum on Lake Genesareth. He was a Roman tax collector, a position equated with collaboration with the enemy by those from whom he collected taxes. Jesus' contemporaries were surprised to see the Christ with a traitor, but Jesus explained that he had come "not to call the just, but sinners."

Matthew's Gospel is given pride of place in the canon of the New Testament, and was written to convince Jewish readers that their anticipated Messiah had come in the person of Jesus. He preached among the Jews for 15 years; his audiences may have included the Jewish enclave in Ethiopia, and places in the East.



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