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A Retreat for Priests


Beginning with evening prayer on Friday, November 7, 2014, and ending the next day priests from across the country are invited to join the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and Franciscan University of Steubenville for a special day of prayer, fellowship, and study focused on “The Joy of the Gospel.”
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Are War and Schism always Sins Against Charity?

Reflections on Matthew Levering's The Betrayal of Charity

Posted by Dr. Brant Pitre on 08.09.11

What would happen if, through some bending of the space-time continuum, it were possible to bring together at a conference table contemporary literary critics, theologians, and biblical scholars such as Harold Bloom, John Howard Yoder, and Richard Hays, as well as the common and angelic doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas? What would be the result if these interlocutors were to take as their topic of discussion...  [Continue Reading]

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Pope recommends Bible for vacation reading

Posted by St. Paul Center on 08.04.11

Pope Benedict XVI has urged Catholics to read the Bible while on vacation, particularly the lesser known books of sacred scripture.
“This seems to be a good thing to do on the holidays: take a book of the Bible, so you have some relaxation and, at the same time, enter into the great expanse of ​​the Word of God and deepen our contact with the Eternal,” said the Pope in his Wednesday General Audience...  [Continue Reading]

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St. Lawrence of Brindisi: A Life Inspired by Love of Sacred Scripture

Posted by Robert Corzine on 07.21.11

Today is the feast of one of our favorite Doctors of the Church, St. Lawrence of Brindisi.  The Church refers to him as the Apostolic Doctor.  He lived in turbulent times but he put his immense gifts of learning at the service of Christ and His Church and he gained much fruit.  The Protestants were convinced by his depth of knowledge of Sacred Scripture and the Church Fathers; the Jews were impressed...  [Continue Reading]

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1,400-year-old St Paul fresco discovered in ancient Roman catacomb

Posted by St. Paul Center on 07.01.11

By Nick Pisa in Rome
1:39PM BST 29 Jun 2011
The fresco was found during restoration work at the Catacombs of San Gennaro (Saint Januarius) in the southern port city of Naples by experts from the Pontifical Commission of Sacred Art.

The announcement was made on the feast day of St Peter and Paul which is traditionally a bank holiday in Rome and details of the discovery were disclosed in the Vatican’s...  [Continue Reading]

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