I know of tons:
Emmaus Road books features Bible studies for individual and group study:
The Ignatius Study Bibles, with questions for study at the back of each book (currently the four Gospels, Acts, Romans and I/II Corinthians:
Catholic Exchange has very in depth studies, currently Romans and Genesis, with Exodus coming this fall. Others available:
Scott Hahn also features Bible studies at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels on his web page:
Catholic Serendipity Bible: A NAB without the footnotes but with lots and lots of practical Bible studies and study helps:
Steve Ray’s monumental but user-friendly Catholic Bible study of John’s Gospel:
Consider watching as a group one of Steve Ray’s *Footprints of God * videos, currently Jesus, Mary, Peter, Moses and Paul. They are extremely well done and come with great study notes:
Also consider watching Mel Gibson’s *The Passion of the Christ * as a group and using these small group materials:
Beginning Apologetics with Study Guide/questions available:
(my wife and I are currently co-teaching this course at our parish)
If you want to study the Catholic response to the “Left Behind” end times errors, Paul Thigpen has a great book and study guide suitable for small groups:
There are a couple of good books that refute the ridiculous but popular Da Vinci Code. Amy Welborn’s *De-Coding Da Vinci * is short and simple and includes questions for group and individual study at the end of each chapter: amywelborn.com/davincicode.html
Carl Olsen and Susan Meisel’s The Da Vinci Hoax is much more in depth and also has a study guide available: ignatius.com/books/davincihoax/resources/
That should get you started!
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