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Explore the Many Riches of the Catholic Faith

Now that we’ve made the journey from Lent to Calvary to the empty tomb, the Easter season is a time to revel in the glorious treasures of our faith, purchased for us through Christ’s sacrifice and Resurrection.

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What God Has Joined: Reflections on the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 10.05.12

In today’s Gospel, the Pharisees try to trap Jesus with a trick question.

The “lawfulness” of divorce in Israel was never at issue. Moses had long ago allowed it (see Deuteronomy 24:1-4). But Jesus points His enemies back before Moses, to “the beginning,” interpreting the text we hear in today’s First Reading.

Divorce violates the order of creation, He says. Moses permitted it only as a concession...  [Continue Reading]

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O Give Thanks to the LORD!

Posted by St. Paul Center on 10.02.12

O give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his steadfast love endures forever! Ps 118:1

The Hispanic community of Bridgeton, New Jersey (Diocese of Camden) gave a tangible sign of what it means to be disciples who are called to witness.  They have whole heartedly embraced the mission of the New Evangelization.  This community was the first group to receive the Journey Through Scripture presenter training...  [Continue Reading]

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To Belong to Christ: Reflections on the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 09.28.12

Today’s Gospel begins with a scene that recalls a similar moment in the history of Israel, the episode recalled in today’s First Reading. The seventy elders who receive God’s Spirit through Moses prefigure the ministry of the apostles.

Like Joshua in the First Reading, John makes the mistake of presuming that only a select few are inspired and entrusted to carry out God’s plans. The Spirit blows...  [Continue Reading]

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Changing the World from a Cave

Posted by St. Paul Center on 09.27.12

Join Matthew Leonard and Bible scholar Curtis Mitch as they discuss the great (though somewhat ill-tempered) St. Jerome. Learn how he transformed scripture study, his zero tolerance for dissent from the Church, how he lived out his famous maxim—“Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ”...and more.

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