Archive | 2013

LIVE online video chat with Scott Hahn!

What did the New Testament and the Eucharist mean to the early Church? What can we still learn from them? Join Image Books for a live web event as Dr. Scott Hahn takes your questions about his new book Consuming the Word! Wednesday, June 5th at 8 PM EST, Dr. Scott Hahn will host a

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Most Rev. José Gomez: 2013 Baccalaureate Mass Homily

Most Reverend José H. Gomez, archbishop of Los Angeles and narrator of the St. Paul Center’s Spanish translation of the Sunday Bible Reflections Al Partir el Pan, delivers his homily at Franciscan University of Steubenville’s 2013 Baccalaureate Mass. Archbishop Gomez was awarded an honorary doctorate of Christian Letters by the University.

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Pope Benedict’s Wednesday Audience on Philip the Apostle

GENERAL AUDIENCE Saint Peter’s Square Wednesday, 6 September 2006 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:

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May Memories

If you were raised Catholic, the month of May probably evokes vivid memories of May crownings, Marian processions, and other seasonal devotions. I’m a little jealous, but not too much. The Mays of my childhood come back to me as memories of daydreaming. It’s almost summer, and there I am, wondering what I’ll do with

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All Things New

“He who sat upon the throne said, ‘Behold, I make all things new” (Revelation 21:5)./p> And so He has! We enter Easter season with new life won for us through the sacraments. The sacraments are as old as the Gospel, yet they are, like the Gospel, ever new. We enter the season with a new

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The Jewish Roots of Palm Sunday and the Passion

Dr. Brant Pitre March 22, 2013 On this coming Sunday, the Church will bring us to what may be one of my favorite Masses and my favorite sets of Scripture readings in the entire liturgical year: Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord, popularly known simply as ‘Palm Sunday’. With the Palm Sunday readings,

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