Today is the Feast Day of St. Thomas Aquinas! In honor of that, I thought I’d cover some ground I’ve been over before, namely, Thomas’ role as a model of Catholic theology and his primary focus on Scripture. Perhaps most striking—at least to some—is Thomas’ insistence on the priority of the literal-historical sense of Scripture.
Archive | January, 2015
Dr. Scott Hahn discusses how evangelization is not something that is over and done with in a day, but more like the process of falling in love.
St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology presents Dr. Scott Hahn on the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Excerpt from the talk given at Franciscan University Liturgy Conference October 15, 2011: Paschal Sacrifice—A Heavenly Banquet for Earthly Beggar.
Dr. Scott Hahn answers a caller who explains that papal infallibility is a roadblock to his conversion.
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.
“Wednesday is the feast of St. Agnes of Rome, virgin and martyr. I have a special devotion to little Agnes. Both my mom and my eldest daughter are named for her. I visit her relics whenever I’m in Rome. ” ~ Mike Aquilina Listen to Mike Aquilina as he talks with Bruce & Kris McGregor
Just as there is a Catholic way of praying, eating, and living in community, there is a Catholic way of understanding history. Catholics don’t look at the world and see man trapped in a fatalistic, never-ending cycle of birth and death as the ancient pagans did. Nor do we see history progressing as a triumphant
The apologist C.S. Lewis imagined an unredeemed world as a place where it was always winter, but never Christmas. This winter I find myself in a different place from Lewis’s imagining. It’s always Christmas, it seems — and that is as it should be. My book about Christmas, Joy to the World, appeared shortly before Advent
St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology presents: Scott Hahn speaks on the forty days of Lent.