Download Audio FileUna “epifanía” es una manifestación. Las lecturas de hoy, donde vemos estrellas que se alzan, luces esplendorosas y misterios revelados, nos presentan también el rostro del Niño que nació el día de Navidad. En el Evangelio de este día, Herodes pregunta a los jefes de los sumos sacerdotes y escribas dónde ha de
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Download Audio FileAn “epiphany” is an appearance. In today’s readings, with their rising stars, splendorous lights, and mysteries revealed, the face of the child born on Christmas day appears. Herod, in today’s Gospel, asks the chief priests and scribes where the Messiah is to be born. The answer Matthew puts on their lips says much
This year has been one of tremendous blessing for all of us here at the St. Paul Center, and I know I speak for the entire St. Paul Center team when I say we count your friendship and support among our greatest gifts this year. Throughout his epistles, St. Paul gives thanks to God for
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Download Audio File¿Porque quiso Jesús hacerse un bebé, tener una madre y un padre, y vivir casi toda su vida en una familia sencilla? En parte, lo hizo para revelar el plan de Dios de que toda la gente viva como una “sagrada familia”, congregada en su Iglesia (cfr. 2Co 6, 16-18). En la Sagrada
Download Audio FileWhy did Jesus choose to become a baby born of a mother and father and to spend all but His last years living in an ordinary human family? In part, to reveal God’s plan to make all people live as one “holy family” in His Church (see 2 Corinthians 6:16–18). In the Holy
As Advent comes to a close, claim the peace and hope that Christ offers us at Christmas. The Christ Child gives us special grace to grow in hope—that theological virtue which allows us to look toward heaven as our ultimate goal—but if you’re finding it difficult to accept that hope this year, you’re not alone.
Mike Aquilina opens his newest book, Villains of the Early Church: And How They Made Us Better Christians, with a bold statement: without the villain, the hero never has the chance to be good.
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When people talk about being “spiritual” as opposed to religious, they’re talking about their personal experience of God—period. But God created us as social animals. We need to be connected to one another. The early Christian community, on being told to celebrate the Eucharist in memory of Jesus, developed rituals.