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Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.10.13 |
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
In this Christmas season, we celebrate the “Incarnation” –the mystery of the Son of God who “became flesh” (cf. Jn 1:14) for our salvation, so that we might become, in him, adoptive sons and daughters of our heavenly Father. In the Child of Bethlehem, God gives us the greatest gift possible, the gift of himself. For our sake, God became one of us, sharing our human existence… [Continue Reading]
Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.03.13 |
Besides John the Evangelist, Gregory of Nazianzus is the only person the Early Church called “The Theologian.” His is the brilliant mind who sharpened our language and understanding of doctrines all Christians believe about the person of Jesus Christ. According to tradition in the East, he is the only theologian who never wrote a single sentence which erred theologically.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.02.13 |
Ever wonder how the Catholic Church became the greatest charitable organization in the world? What was the relationship between the early Church and the State? Join Matthew Leonard and Fathers of the Church expert Mike Aquilina as they discuss the rich history surrounding St. Basil the Great, 4th century Father and Doctor of the Church.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 12.12.12 |
Last Night Archbishop Gomez, the voice of our Al Partir el Pan, celebrated the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe with midnight mass. Click here to read his column about Mary in this Advent season and Our Lady of Guadalupe in particular. Also, here is a link to this Sunday’s Al Partir el Pan reflection.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 11.30.12 |
Scott Hahn discusses the Pope’s new book “Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives” and what a perfect book it is for Advent.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 11.16.12 |
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.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 11.15.12 |
“The point of the first three chapters of Genesis is to show us that creation was a deliberate, purposeful act of love by God. The world didn’t just happen. God wanted the world - not because He was lonely, not because there was anything He lacked or needed.
God created the world because God is love (see 1 John 4:16). And love is creative, self-giving and life-giving.
God made the world as a pure… [Continue Reading]
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