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New For All Ages: Scott Hahn Reflects on the 5th Sunday of Easter

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.26.13 |

Glory of God

Acts 14:21-27
Psalm 145:8-13
Revelation 21:1-5
John 13:31-35

By God’s goodness and compassion, the doors of His kingdom have been opened to all who have faith, Jew or Gentile.

That’s the good news Paul and Barnabas proclaim in today’s First Reading. With the coming of the Church - the new Jerusalem John sees in today’s Second Reading - God is “making all things new.”

In His Church, the “old order”…  [Continue Reading]

Shepherd and the Lamb: Scott Hahn Reflects on the 4th Sunday of Easter

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.19.13 |

4th Sunday of Easter

Acts 13:14, 43-52
Psalm 100:1-3, 5

Revelation 7:9,14-17 

John 10:27-30


Israel’s mission - to be God’s instrument of salvation to the ends of the earth (see Isaiah 49:6) - is fulfilled in the Church.

By the “Word of God” that Paul and Barnabas preach in today’s First Reading, a new covenant people is being born, a people who glorify the God of Israel as the Father of them all.

The Church for…  [Continue Reading]

Fire of Love: Scott Hahn reflects on the 3rd Sunday of Easter

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.12.13 |

Jesus Peter Apostles

Acts 5:27-32,40-41
Psalm 30:2,4-6,11-13
Revelation 5:11-14
John 21:1-19

There are two places in Scripture where the curious detail of a “charcoal fire” is mentioned.

One is in today’s Gospel, where the Apostles return from fishing to find bread and fish warming on the fire.

The other is in the scene in the High Priest’s courtyard on Holy Thursday, where Peter and some guards and slaves warm themselves…  [Continue Reading]

All Things New

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.08.13 |

St. Cyril of Jerusalem

“He who sat upon the throne said, ‘Behold, I make all things new” (Revelation 21:5).

And so He has!

We enter Easter season with new life won for us through the sacraments. The sacraments are as old as the Gospel, yet they are, like the Gospel, ever new.

We enter the season with a new pope. We celebrate now because we have witnessed, with our own eyes, how the Holy Spirit always renews the Church in…  [Continue Reading]

Breath of New Life: Scott Hahn Reflects on Divine Mercy Sunday

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 04.05.13 |

Divine Mercy

Acts 5:12-16
Psalm 118:2-4,13-15, 22-24
Revelation 1:9-13,17-19
John 20:19-31

The prophet Daniel in a vision saw “One like the Son of Man” receive everlasting kingship (see Daniel 7:9-14). John is taken to heaven in today’s Second Reading where He sees Daniel’s prophecy fulfilled in Jesus, who appears as “One like a Son of Man.”

Jesus is clad in the robe of a High Priest (see Exodus 28:4; Wisdom…  [Continue Reading]

They Saw and Believed: Scott Hahn Reflects on Easter Sunday

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 03.29.13 |

Jesus Resurrection II

Acts 10:34, 37-43
Psalm 118:1-2, 16-17, 22-23
Colossians 3:1-4
John 20:1-9

Jesus is nowhere visible. Yet today’s Gospel tells us that Peter and John “saw and believed.”

What did they see? Burial shrouds lying on the floor of an empty tomb. Maybe that convinced them that He hadn’t been carted off by grave robbers, who usually stole the expensive burial linens and left the corpses behind.

But notice…  [Continue Reading]

Prepare for The Hour

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 03.26.13 |

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Prepare your heart to celebrate the Sacred Triduum with “The Hour” an interview with Scott Hahn on the Paschal Mystery.



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Passion Sunday: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Passion of the Christ

Posted by Dr. Scott Hahn on 03.22.13 |

Isaiah 50:4-7
Psalm 22:8-9, 17-20, 23-24
Philippians 2:6-11
Luke 22:14-23:56

What is written about Me is coming to fulfillment,” Jesus says in today’s Gospel (see Luke 22:37).

Indeed, we have reached the climax of the liturgical year, the highest peak of salvation history, when all that has been anticipated and promised is to be fulfilled.

By the close of today’s long Gospel, the work of our redemption…  [Continue Reading]


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