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Rev. Felix Just, S.J.
LMU Jesuit Community
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Phone: 310-963-4546


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Copyright © 1998--2023
by Felix Just, S.J.
AMDG: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (Motto of the Jesuits)
St. Ignatius of Loyola,
Founder of the Jesuit Order
(painting by Rev. Michael Tang)


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This website contains a variety of materials, mostly related to biblical and liturgical studies,
intended for scholars, teachers, students, pastors, believers, seekers, and others. 
Many pages contain my own writings and photos, some pages were created by my students, and some have links to other websites.

Although I am a Roman Catholic priest and have taught mostly in Catholic institutions,
I hope these materials are academically reliable and pastorally adaptable,
so they can be useful for many other Christians and non-Christians as well.

Please feel free to use any of my own materials for your own study or teaching purposes,
subject to the conditions listed on my copyright page.
I hope you enjoy and benefit from these pages!

Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D.


The Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (Jan. 22, 2023),
is now celebrated each year as the
"Sunday of the Word of God"
(click the link for more info)

New Video Series:
including my contribution: "Who actually wrote the Bible?"


The U.S. Bishops are promoting a "National Eucharistic Revival" in 2021-2024.

See my Bibliography on the Eucharist


Dec. 4, 2023 is the 60th Anniversary of the
Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy (Sacrosanctum Concilium)
from the Second Vatican Council

See my page on Vatican II: Background, Documents, Bibliography


2023 - Gospel of St. Matthew

Throughout liturgical year 2023 (beginning Nov. 27, 2022),
the Church uses the Gospel according to Matthew in most Sunday Masses.
Here are some resources you may find helpful:

Scripture Readings from Matthew in the Lectionary for Mass

Biblical Resources on Matthew's Gospel

Downloadable Audio Programs:
(each with a Study Guide in PDF format)

FREE GIFT: click to receive three free sample talks by Fr. Felix Just, S.J.

The NEW TESTAMENT 101: Catholic Audio Course & Free Study Guide (36 topics)

The Catholic LECTIONARY 101: Every Catholic's Guide for Liturgy, Prayer, and Spiritual Growth (18 topics)

What Is FAITH? Rediscover the Biblical and Catholic Foundations for a Life of Faith (12 topics)

Learning from Jesus, Our Life’s Teacher: A Retreat with MATTHEW’s Gospel (12 conferences)

Trusting in God amid the Challenges of Life: A Retreat with MARK’s Gospel (12 conferences)

Letting God’s Spirit Shape All Our Actions: A Retreat with LUKE’s Gospel (12 conferences)

Believing in Jesus and Experiencing Eternal Life: A Retreat with JOHN’s Gospel (15 conferences)

all authored by Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D. – published by "Learn 25" (formerly "Now You Know Media")

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Lectionary Cycles:

2023 is Liturgical Year A, with Sunday Gospel readings mostly from Matthew
2021 and 2024 are Liturgical Year B, with Sunday Gospel readings mostly from Mark
2022 and 2025 are Liturgical Year C, with Sunday Gospel readings mostly from LUKE

The 2023 Liturgical Year begins on the First Sunday of Advent, Nov. 27, 2022
Christmas is Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022
Sunday of the Word of God is Jan. 22, 2023
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 22, 2023
Easter Sunday is April 9, 2023
Pentecost Sunday is May 21, 2023

The 2024 Liturgical Year begins on the First Sunday of Advent, Dec. 3, 2023

On a Personal Note:

Both of my parents died in 2016, and one of my brothers in 2017.
I'm grateful for your kind remembrances and your prayers for their eternal reward.
I created some simple memorial pages so friends and family can remember them:

Kurt Wolfgang Helmut Just
(May 19, 1927 - June 19, 2016)

Sigrid Gisela Renate Just
(November 24, 1928 - November 7, 2016)

Klemens Thomas Andreas Just
(June 23, 1956 - April 18, 2017)


The content of this website is solely the responsibility of Rev. Felix Just, S.J., and does not necessarily represent the Society of Jesus or any other entity of the Roman Catholic Church - although I hope that none of my own writings are contrary to the doctrines of faith and morals as proposed by the Magisterium of the Church or to the truths of God as contained in the Holy Scriptures. Links provided from this website to other websites do not imply agreement or approval of anything on the other sites, but are provided mainly for purposes of academic research, ecumenical cooperation, and/or inter-religious dialogue. Nothing on this website is intended to give offense to any other persons, groups, nations, or institutions. Please contact me if you feel otherwise.


My main ministry is providing
adult biblical education,
faith-formation programs,
and biblical/spiritual retreats
for a wide variety of people,
not only in Southern California,
but also throughout the USA and online.

I currently work full-time for the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles,
in two capacities:
in Ongoing Formation of Priests
and in Theological and Liturgical
Formation of Deacons.

I'm also available
to lead programs

on a wide variety of topics,
in various lengths and formats:
evening talks, weekend
workshops, days of prayer,
retreats, missions, etc.,
for parishes, schools, dioceses,
religious groups, and others.

Please contact me
to schedule future programs.


Public Presentations:

[more coming soon]

Click here for a list of other
Past Presentations and Events


Biblical Pilgrimages:

Please contact me
if you are interested
in any of these future pilgrimages.

May 6-21, 2023
In the Footsteps of St. PAUL:
Pilgrimage to

(click here for the detailed itinerary
and registration form, in PDF format

April 14-28, 2024

In the Footsteps of JESUS:
Pilgrimage to the HOLY LAND

(click here for a
"Save the Date" flyer


Tentative Future Plans:

May 2025
In the Footsteps of St. PAUL:
Pilgrimage to GREECE

This website was started in October 1998 and last updated on January 20, 2023
Copyright © 1998--2023 by Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D.

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