Archive | October, 2018
The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion by Lawrence Feingold Reviewed by Fr. Thomas Acklin, OSB Dr. Lawrence Feingold, in this excellent volume, offers a treatment of the Eucharist that not only is useful for the classroom but for anyone wishing to enter more deeply into the Paschal mystery and the Eucharist. The subtitle
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta, GA Friday, October 25, 2019 Scott and Kimberly Hahn and the St. Paul Center Board of Trustees extend a warm invitation to you for our Sixth Annual Gala Dinner. We’re excited to host this year’s Gala in Atlanta, GA, at the beautiful Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, one of metropolitan
The Book of Acts is a work of both history and theology, an account of God’s self-revelation within the course of human history. Hence, to understand what Luke intended to communicate in Acts, one must set aside the false dichotomy between history and theology. In Luke’s biblical theology, history itself is a framework created and
By becoming man, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity was able to teach us perfect virtue not only through a law but also through the example of His human words and actions, especially in His Paschal mystery.
It is proper to spousal love that there be a mutual and total self-giving of the partners to each other, as St. Paul says in Ephesians 5:25–27: “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her, that he might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water
The teachings of Teresa of Avila are a vital source of wisdom for many who seek a deeper life of prayer. EWTN’s Daniel Burke, founder of the Avila Institute, often provides testimony how the teachings of this Doctor of the Church guided him through the shallows of Quietism and into the discipline of authentic contemplation.
Friday, January 25, 2019 Tulane Catholic will host Scott Hahn at Dixon Hall on Friday, January 25, 2019 for an evening presentation on one of the most fundamental aspects of Christian doctrine: the creed. Learn what we’re really saying when we profess the creed every week at Mass and discover how the creed impacts the liturgy.
I feel sure that your Majesty is aware that I persevere in recommending you to our Lord in my poor prayers. And although, considering what a wretched creature I am, it is rendering you but little service, yet I do you some good by inciting the Discalced nuns to pray for you, as I know
JESUS, MARY! On reading the challenge, we thought we could not brace ourselves to encounter in the field such mettlesome and puissant knights. For no doubt they would conquer us and leave us rifled of all our goods—we might even be so daunted as to leave undone the little that was in our power. Therefore