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Praying in the New Year

As we do every January, the St. Paul Center will give thanks for the old year and ring in the New Year with our annual novena to Saint Paul. We will begin the novena on Saturday, January 17 and ask our great patron for the support we need to continue our work. The novena will conclude on January 25, the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul.
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John Bergsma on the Dead Sea Scrolls

Posted by Dr. Michael Barber on 11.10.11

Dr. Michael Barber explores the Dead Sea Scrolls with Dr. John Bergsma, looking specifically at why Catholics should find them interesting.

You can find Dr. Bergsma’s audio series on the Scrolls here.


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Great Time at the Shrine

Posted by Dr. John Bergsma on 11.08.11

Hahn Bergsma Guadalupe
Shrine Director Leif Arvidson with Drs. Hahn & Bergsma

Dr. Hahn and I had the pleasure of visiting and speaking at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, Wisconsin, this weekend.  A crowd of 400 came out to make the Marian pilgrimage, and hear talks on Confession and Eucharist, and receive those very sacraments.  The Shrine, built by the people of the Diocese of La Crosse under the leadership of now-Cardinal Raymond Burke, is a hidden treasure...  [Continue Reading]

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The Supper of the Lamb

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 10.31.11

You probably haven’t yet heard the new translation of the Mass, but I’ll bet you’ve heard plenty about it. The media interest has been astonishing. The Church’s education efforts have been prodigious. The response from Catholic publishers has been just short of epic.

Thanks be to God for this historic moment that returns our focus to the Mass. I know that it will be a difficult adjustment for some,...  [Continue Reading]

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Calling the Fathers: Reflections on the 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 10.28.11

Readings:
Malachi 1:14-2:2, 8-10
Psalm 131:1-3
1 Thessalonians 2:7-9, 13
Matthew 23:1-12

Though they were Moses’ successors, the Pharisees and scribes exalted themselves, made their mastery of the law a badge of social privilege. Worse, they had lorded the law over the people (see Matthew 20:25). Like the priests Malachi condemns in today’s First Reading, they caused many to falter and be closed...  [Continue Reading]

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