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Posted by St. Paul Center on 05.03.13 |
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
While we continue to outline the features of the various Apostles, as we have been doing for several weeks, today we meet Philip. He always comes fifth in the lists of the Twelve (cf. Mt 10: 3; Mk 3: 18; Lk 6: 14; Acts 1: 13); hence, he is… [Continue Reading]
Posted by St. Paul Center on 04.23.13 |
Journey Through Scripture is…
Posted by St. Paul Center on 02.14.13 |
ENCYCLICAL OF POPE LEO XIII
ON SS. CYRIL AND METHODIUS
To all the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops and
Bishops of the Catholic world who enjoy Favor and
Communion with the Apostolic See.
Venerable Brothers, Greetings and Apostolic Blessing.
Cyril and Methodius, Missionaries to the Slavs
The great duty of spreading the Christian name was entrusted in a special way to Peter, the head… [Continue Reading]
Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.25.13 |
St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology presents:
Scott Hahn on the conversion of Saint Paul.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.23.13 |
When the St. Paul Center first launched SalvationHistory.com, 10 years ago, our goal was to make it the best portal on the web for Catholics seeking to study the Scriptures in-depth. One of the ways we’ve accomplished that is through the many free online bible studies and audio courses.
From detailed looks at the Gospels to commentaries on the whole of salvation history and the letters of the Apostles,… [Continue Reading]
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.