Archive | January, 2016

New Day Dawns: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings: Nehemiah 8:2-6,10 Psalms 19:8-10,15 1 Corinthians 12:12-30 Luke 1:1-4, 4:14-21 The meaning of today's Liturgy is subtle and many-layered. We need background to understand what's happening in today's First Reading. Babylon having been defeated, King Cyrus of Persia decreed that the exiled Jews could return home to Jerusalem. They rebuilt their ruined temple (see

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Jesus and the Last Supper

For decades, biblical theologians have used the tools of historical criticism to drive a wedge between the Jesus of history and the Jesus of faith. Now, thanks to the work of St. Paul Center Fellow Dr. Brant Pitre, those same tools are being used to demonstrate that no such wedge ever truly existed. There has

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La unción: Scott Hahn refleja sobre bautismo del Señor

Lecturas: Isaías 42,1-4.6-7 Salmo 29, 1-4.9-10 Hch 10, 34-38 Lucas 3, 15-16.21-22 La liturgia de la semana pasada rev¬eló el misterio del plan de Dios: que en Jesús todos los pueblos –sim¬bolizados por los Magos- han sido hechos coherederos de las bendi¬ciones prometidas a Israel. En este domingo se nos muestra cómo rec¬lamamos nuestra herencia.

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