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We Moved!

On Saturday, February 8, the Franciscan University Rugby Team and Prince of Peace Household helped the St. Paul Center settle into our new digs. Our new headquarters—immediately adjacent to Franciscan University—gives us both the room we need now and the room we need to grow. We also finally have our own media room, which will allow us to do more podcasts, videos, and Catholic radio. [READ MORE]

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You Say You Want a Resolution?

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 01.04.10

The year turns, and it’s time for us to take stock.

But taking stock is not enough, as you and I well know. Once we’ve sized up the previous year, we need to make resolutions. Once we know what’s working well, we pledge to make it even better. When we see something that needs to be changed, then we make like a linesman at a bowl game – and we plow into the new year with a firm purpose of amendment....  [Continue Reading]

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A True Blessing

Posted by St. Paul Center on 12.09.09

It may have been our most successful Letter and Spirit Conference ever.

On November 6 and 7, priests, scholars, and lay people from around the country gathered in Crafton, PA, to probe the mysteries of “Priesthood and Blessing.” Joining us were 65 seminarians from 7 seminaries and dozens of dioceses. It was by far the highest number of seminarians who have attended the annual conference, and thanks...  [Continue Reading]

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Signs of Life

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 12.08.09

I’ve been a Catholic for almost a quarter-century, and still I marvel at the richness of the life we share. We’re borne along in this life by a sacred tradition, a primal element of customs of prayer. We pray with our hearts and minds, our souls and bodies. We pray with our posture and gestures, our words and silence, with water and wool, with bread and wine.

I love the Catholic life, and I’ve long...  [Continue Reading]

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A Lamp Unto My Feet

Posted by Matthew Leonard on 11.04.09

At a recent Wednesday audience, Benedict XVI invited us all to “nourish our existence with the Word of God, for example, through more attentive listening to the readings and the Gospel, especially in Sunday Mass. Moreover,” he continued, “it is important to reserve a certain time every day for meditation of the Bible, so that the Word of God is the lamp that illumines our daily path on earth.”

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Journey Through Scripture in Green Bay

Posted by Matthew Leonard on 10.29.09

Journey Through Scripture diocesan training is sure keeping us busy. Two weeks after finishing up Toledo we headed way up north to the Diocese of Green Bay for Bible and the Sacraments presenter training.

It’s always a fun bunch in Green Bay and they were really energized by our study of the sacraments.  In fact, the group was almost as excited about Journey Through Scripture as they were about the...  [Continue Reading]

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