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The Love that Covers a Multitude of Sins: A Reflection on Divine Mercy

Posted by St. Paul Center on 04.10.15 |

Divine Mercy

By +Father Ray Ryland, Ph.D., J.D.

Pope John Paul the Great gave us Divine Mercy Sunday.

Over a period of thirty-five years, from the time when he was archbishop of Krakow, John Paul actively forwarded the process of canonizing Sister Faustina.

On April 30, 2000, the first Sunday after Easter, John Paul canonized Sister Faustina—now Saint Faustina. In his homily of canonization, John Paul joyfully…  [Continue Reading]

The Springtime of Evangelization

Posted by St. Paul Center on 04.02.15 |

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As we mark the ten year anniversary of Saint John Paul II’s death, the St. Paul Center is reflecting on the many gifts our Holy Father left to the Church. Among them, his call for a “new springtime of evangelization” resounds even more profoundly today.

The new evangelization is in full swing, and every Christian is called to partake in this mission of renewal through the spreading of the Gospel.

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Saint John Paul II, Pray for us!

Posted by St. Paul Center on 04.01.15 |

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Today the St. Paul Center honors the memory of Saint John Paul II on the ten year anniversary of his death. Difficult as it is to wrap our minds around the numerous dimensions of his tremendous legacy, arguably one of the most important is his “theology of the body.”

Many scholars have applied this teaching to marriage and human sexuality, but a true theology of the body encompasses much more. John…  [Continue Reading]

St. Agnes, a lamb for Christ

Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.19.15 |

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“Wednesday is the feast of St. Agnes of Rome, virgin and martyr. I have a special devotion to little Agnes. Both my mom and my eldest daughter are named for her. I visit her relics whenever I’m in Rome. ”

~ Mike Aquilina

Listen to Mike Aquilina as he talks with Bruce & Kris McGregor on Spirit Catholic Radio KVSS about one of his favorite saints.
For more, click here to read another post on St. Agnes.

writer. fighter. mitre - St. Leo the Great

Posted by St. Paul Center on 11.09.14 |

All Christians believe the key doctrine that Jesus is all God and all man. Why? Because of the Catholic Church and men like St. Leo the Great.

BookNotes - St. Monica and the Power of Persistent Prayer

Posted by St. Paul Center on 08.27.14 |

Do you have loved ones who have left the faith? Looking for inspiration to pray? Check out the newest edition of BookNotes from the St. Paul Center.

Angels and Saints

Posted by St. Paul Center on 08.05.14 |

As Catholics, we believe we are never alone; as we go about the business of our lives, we are covered in prayer by the angels and the saints. They are our constant companions in our journey to God. We also know that if we want to complete that journey, it’s not enough to just travel with the angels and saints; we must become like them. We must become saints. That’s the end to which God calls every…  [Continue Reading]

The Ascension: The Underrated Mystery

Posted by St. Paul Center on 05.29.14 |

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” After he said this, he was taken up before their very eyes, and a cloud hid him from their sight. (Acts 1:8-9)

Watch this short video as Dr. Hahn reflects on the completion of the Paschal Mystery the Ascension of Our Lord.


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