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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]
Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.29.14 |
“Beloved, I beseech you as aliens and exiles …”
So St. Peter wrote to the Catholic Church of his generation (1 Peter 2:11). And those words never get timeworn, because the Church is always on pilgrimage toward its heavenly goal. We’re always on the move.
In the first ten years of our marriage, Kimberly and I moved eleven times! We moved for school. We moved for work. We moved for pastoral assignments.… [Continue Reading]
Posted by St. Paul Center on 01.16.14 |
“I saw the snares that the enemy spreads out over the world and I said groaning, “What can get through from such snares?” Then I heard a voice saying to me, “Humility.”
Mike Aquilina talks with Bruce & Kris McGregor on Spirit Catholic Radio KVSS about St. Anthony of the Desert…one of the great Fathers of the Church!
Posted by St. Paul Center on 09.30.13 |
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.