Lecturas: Génesis 2,7-9; 3,1-7 Salmo 51,3-6.12-14.17 Romanos 5,12-19 Mateo 4,1-11 En la liturgia de hoy, el destino de la raza humana se nos cuenta como un relato sobre dos “tipos” de hombre: el primero, Adán, y el nuevo Adán, Jesús (cf. 1 Co 15,21-22; 45-59). San Pablo construye su argumento en la epístola mediante una
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Download Audio File Readings: Isaiah 49:3,5-6 Psalm 40:2,4,7-10 1 Corinthians 1:1-3 John 1:29-34 Jesus speaks through the prophet Isaiah in today's First Reading. He tells us of the mission given to Him by the Father from the womb: “'You are My servant,' He said to Me.” Servant and Son, our Lord was sent to lead
Isaías 49:14–15 Salmo 62:2–3, 6–9 1 Corintios 4:1–5 Mateo 6:24–24 Por naturaleza, estamos inclinados a la ansiedad y preocupación. En el evangelio de este domingo, Jesús nos confronta con nuestros miedos más comunes. Estamos ansiosos por nuestras necesidades materiales, por comida y bebida, ropa, seguridad en el futuro. Sin embargo, buscando seguridad y comodidad, podemos
Download Audio File Isaiah 49:14–15 Psalm 62:2–3, 6–9 1 Corinthians 4:1–5 Matthew 6:24–24 We are by nature prone to be anxious and troubled about many things. In Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus confronts us with our most common fears. We are anxious mostly about how we will meet our material needs—for food and drink; for clothing; for
Fr. Thomas Esposito was born in California in 1982. After growing up in Nebraska, he entered Our Lady of Dallas in August, 2005. He made his solemn profession on August 15, 2010 and was ordained to the priesthood on August 14, 2011. After completing his doctorate in Biblical Theology at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in
Dr. John Bergsma is Associate Professor of Theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, in Steubenville, Ohio. He holds the M.Div. and Th.M. degrees from Calvin Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and served as a Protestant pastor for four years before entering the Catholic Church in 2001 while pursuing a Ph.D. in Theology from the University
Matthew Levering is James N. and Mary D. Perry Jr. Chair of Theology at Mundelein Seminary, and Co-Director of the Chicago Theological Initiative. He is the author or editor of over thirty books, and the translator of Gilles Emery’s The Trinity. Most recently he has published Engaging the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit: Love and
Dr. Scott Hahn is the Fr. Michael Scanlan Professor of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he has taught since 1990. He is the Founder and President of the St. Paul Center, an apostolate dedicated to teaching Catholics to read Scripture from the heart of the Church. Dr.
He is the translator (from German) of Reinhard Feldmeier, 1 Peter (Baylor, 2008). He has also been part of several Bible translations projects (including The New Living Translation, The Voice, and The Common English Bible). He has been elected to membership in Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, and has twice been chosen chair or co-chair of
Episcopal Advisor Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M., Cap., Episcopal Advisor to The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, is the 13th Bishop and 9th Archbishop of Philadelphia appointed by Pope Benedict XVI. Prior to that he was appointed by Pope John Paul II to serve as head of the Archdiocese of Denver, Colorado in 1997.