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Special thanks to all our friends and attendees for making our first annual St. Paul Center Gala dinner such a success. The dinner took place on the first feast of Saint John Paul II, welcomed benefactors from nine different states, including one priest who drove more than 1,100 miles to be with us.
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Our Big Day

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.04.11

This is a big moment for us—for you and me and those who share in the work of the St. Paul Center. In a sense, it’s a moment we’ve been waiting for since the very day we launched this apostolate.

This month we mark the release of the sixth volume of our journal, Letter & Spirit. This issue took us much longer than any other, and at 432 pages it’s quite large. It is, without a doubt, the most historically...  [Continue Reading]

Presenting a Paper for the Matthew Section at SBL

Posted by Dr. Michael Barber on 04.04.11

I got word this week that the paper I proposed for the Matthew section at this year’s annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature was accepted. Here’s the abstract:

Jesus’ Teaching on the Law, Deuteronomic Concessions and Eschatological Righteousness: A Re-examination of the Teaching on Divorce and Remarriage in Matthew 5:31–32
In the Sermon on the Mount we find Matthew’s most explicit account...  [Continue Reading]

At Lazarus’ Tomb: Reflections for the 5th Sunday of Lent

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.03.11

As we draw near to the end of Lent, today’s Gospel clearly has Jesus’ passion and death in view.

That’s why John gives us the detail about Lazarus’ sister, Mary - that she is the one who anointed the Lord for burial (see John 12:3,7). His disciples warn against returning to Judea; Thomas even predicts they will “die with Him” if they go back.

When Lazarus is raised, John notices the tombstone being...  [Continue Reading]

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Eyesight to the Blind: Reflections on the 4th Sunday of Lent

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 03.31.11

God’s ways of seeing are not our ways, we hear in today’s First Reading. Jesus illustrates this in the Gospel - as the blind man comes to see and the Pharisees are made blind.

The blind man stands for all humanity. “Born totally in sin” he is made a new creation by the saving power of Christ.

As God fashioned the first man from the clay of the earth (see Genesis 2:7), Jesus gives the blind man new...  [Continue Reading]

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