As Dr. Dziad commented in the first lecture of this course, it is all-too-often the case that Catholics do not manage to read the Bible at all. That’s for evangelical Protestants, they insist. As we’ve seen, however, it’s not just for evangelicals. Catholics can and should read, study, and know Scriptures as we strive to know our Lord Jesus Christ. But there is a distinctively Catholic way of reading. In this lecture, Dr. Kent Lasnoski, Associate Professor of Theology at Wyoming Catholic, sketches out a specifically Catholic way of reading the Scriptures. Even as we sit reading alone, we read in the context of the Church, our spiritual home.