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Posted by St. Paul Center on 10.17.12 |
Special guest Dr. John Bergsma, St. Paul Center Senior Fellow, Biblical Scholar and Associate Professor at Franciscan University of Steubenville, joins Matthew Leonard for a discussion on the writings of Saint Luke.
To learn more about Dr. Bergsma visit http://johnbergsma.com
Posted by St. Paul Center on 10.16.12 |
Matthew Leonard tells how St. Ignatius of Antioch essentially drop-kicked him into the Catholic Church by destroying the notion that early Christians didn’t have a unified Church or a belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 10.11.12 |
Scott Hahn discusses the Catechism and the Year of Faith.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 10.02.12 |
O give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his steadfast love endures forever! Ps 118:1
The Hispanic community of Bridgeton, New Jersey (Diocese of Camden) gave a tangible sign of what it means to be disciples who are called to witness. They have whole heartedly embraced the mission of the New Evangelization. This community was the first group to receive the Journey Through Scripture presenter training… [Continue Reading]
Posted by St. Paul Center on 09.27.12 |
Join Matthew Leonard and Bible scholar Curtis Mitch as they discuss the great (though somewhat ill-tempered) St. Jerome. Learn how he transformed scripture study, his zero tolerance for dissent from the Church, how he lived out his famous maxim—“Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ”...and more.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 09.25.12 |
Dr. Hahn explains why we call the Cross a sacrifice and the implications of Christ’s command to “Do this” at the Last Supper. Listen closely and you’ll never view the New Testament the same way again.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 09.12.12 |
Matthew Leonard, Executive Director of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, gives a glimpse at the life and work of St. John Chrysostom and the Mystagogy of Marriage.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 09.05.12 |
Dr. Hahn explains what the New Evangelization is, why Blessed John Paul II and Pope Benedict have called for it, and why we should think of it as a long term project, a marathon not a sprint.