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Posted by St. Paul Center on 05.19.14 |
2014 Fullness of Truth Conference
Sharing the Joy of the Gospel.”
Houston, Texas | June 6-7, 2014
They were Jesus’ final words during his time on earth, his parting salvo to his disciples: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…” (Mt 28:19).
History remembers those words as “The Great Commission”—a… [Continue Reading]
Today’s the feast of St. Athanasius, the Father of Orthodoxy, the man who stared the world down when it awoke to find itself Arian. A great way to celebrate is by listening to Mike Aquilina’s interview on KVSS about this great and heroic saint.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 04.29.14 |
‘He Must Reign’: The Kingdom of God in Scripture
The drama in the Gospels turns on a single question: Is Jesus the long awaited Messiah, the son of David come to restore the everlasting monarchy promised to David? Underlying this drama are centuries of rival interpretations of the Jewish Scriptures and competing expectations of who the Messiah… [Continue Reading]
Matthew Leonard interviews Mark Hart about his new book Truth Be Told: Basics in Catholic Apologetics
Posted by St. Paul Center on 03.18.14 |
Listen to Mike Aquilina discuss this Great Saint, Bishop and Doctor of the Church.
“Now Lent] is the season of confession. Confess what you have done in word or deed, by night or day. Confess in an acceptable time, and in the day of salvation receive the heavenly treasure…”
Posted by St. Paul Center on 03.07.14 |
with Mike Aquilina & Matthew Leonard
Posted by St. Paul Center on 03.05.14 |
This Lent, let us prepare our hearts for the revelation of Mercy that comes to us in the Paschal Mystery.
Posted by St. Paul Center on 02.27.14 |
When we use the term “New Testament,” we usually just mean the last twenty-seven books of the Holy Bible, the ones written by the Apostles and their companions in the first century. But that’s not what the term meant from the beginning. Long before those books were even written, Jesus used that phrase to refer to the Eucharist. It was the “New Covenant,” the “New Testament,” in his blood. Christians… [Continue Reading]