Year: 2016

15th Anniversary Gala Highlights

Dr. Scott & Kimberly Hahn with Mike Aquilina   View from LeMont Restaurant Dr. Hahn gives the pre-event toast Attendees browsing Silent Auction items  Executive Director Andrew Jones      Co-Founder Kimberly Hahn Chaplain Fr. Jay Donahue offers opening prayer  Ben Astono and Miranda Turalakey receive the inagural Fr. Henry Hilderbrandt Award, traveling all the …

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Follow the Path of the Saints

In Ralph Martin’s modern classic, The Fulfillment of All Desire: A Guidebook for the Journey to God Based on the Wisdom of the Saints, the three stages of spiritual growth are defined as the purgative, illuminative, and unitive. The purgative stage includes the initial phases of the spiritual life—conversion, turning away from sin, bringing one’s …

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Scott Hahn Unleashes the Creed

In this special 50th episode of the Art of Catholic, Matthew Leonard interviews Scott Hahn about his exciting new book titled The Creed: Professing the Faith Through the Ages.  In this barnburner episode he unleashes incredible insights into what we profess to believe every week at mass.

The Greatest Sacrament: An Excerpt From Speaking the Love of God by Jacob Wood

The following is an excerpt from Speaking the Love of God: An Introduction to the Sacraments (Emmaus Road Publishing). Holy Eucharist is the third of the seven sacraments, as well as the third Sacrament of Initiation. It is the greatest of the seven sacraments, the “source and summit of the Christian life” (CCC 1324). Its name comes from …

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The Creed: Yesterday and Today

The following is from Scott Hahn’s latest book, The Creed: Professing the Faith Through the Ages, now available through Emmaus Road Publishing. Gregory of Nyssa, both brilliant and holy, was recognized by his contemporaries and peers as a man who most perfectly embodied the Council of Constantinople—the council that produced the creed we call “Nicene” and recite every …

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Right & Just

From the time of King David onward, an attitude of gratitude dominated the worship of the Temple in Jerusalem. Every day, the priests offered blood sacrifices to atone for the sins of God’s people. But the sacrifice most commonly offered, the sacrifice that exercised the most powerful influence on the spirituality of the Jews, was …

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