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“Christ and the Unity of Scripture”
In the newest volume of Letter and Spirit, the St. Paul Center’s journal of biblical theology, leading Catholic scholars explore the unity of Scripture, both old and new, reflecting upon how this Catholic understanding of history deepens our understanding of God’s Word.

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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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The Creed: Gateway to Grace

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 10.19.09

The Creed is both a prayer at Catholic Mass, and a basic catechetical instruction. It’s the statement of Catholic beliefs. What is a creed? Why do Catholics and other Christians need a creed? Here’s a look at how the creed developed and how it is crucial for Catholics today.

Singer-songwriter Rich Mullins won lasting fame with a series of contemporary Christian hits in the 1980s and 1990s. In less...  [Continue Reading]

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Covenant and Communion

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 09.29.09

In some ways it seems like yesterday I was hailing—in this very column—the election of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as supreme pontiff of the Church.

I noted that he was the first world-class biblical theologian to be elevated to the papacy. I observed that he was probably the first pope since St. Peter to be so steeped in the doctrine of the ancient rabbis.

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