By Stacy Mitch The story of Adam and Eve and the eating of the forbidden fruit is an all-too-familiar story—so familiar that its meaning is taken as seriously as that of a childhood fable. All of us know it, much as we know the story of George Washington chopping down the cherry tree, and Jack
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By Scott Hahn Join me in supporting our priests this Lent. What’s the most effective way we can give back to the Church during this season of Lent? The answer is simple: We can help her priests. It really is that straightforward. The Church’s priests are our spiritual fathers. They teach us. They counsel us.
A conversation with Fr. Arne Panula by Mary Eberstadt Mary Eberstadt: How and why did you end up becoming a priest? Fr. Arne: I don’t have a spiel. My father was not Catholic. He wasn’t anything—Lutheran Finnish. He converted when I was in Rome. My mother’s maiden name was Bellinger— Welsh-Scottish. Ours wasn’t particularly a
You don’t have to wait to be old or lifeless to practice the virtue of chastity. Purity comes from love; and the strength and gaiety of youth is no obstacle for noble love. Joseph had a young heart and a young body when he married Mary
Thursday, August 15, 2019 Don’t miss Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help on Thursday, August 15, 2019 for a powerful presentation on Our Lady. Celebrate the Assumption of Mary—mark your calendars for this powerful presentation! Check back soon for more information and registration. Location:
Saturday, May 18, 2019 Don’t miss Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center at Bishop Verot High School on Saturday, May 18, 2019, for a day filled with Scripture. Best-selling author and renowned biblical scholar Scott Hahn will explore the importance of Scripture in our lives today. Learn how Scripture illuminates our faith and how
En la Iglesia somos hechos hijos del Dios de Abraham, Isaac y Jacob; del mismo Dios que da a conocer a Moisés su nombre y sus caminos, en la primera lectura de hoy. Recordando el pacto que había hecho con Abraham (cfr. Ex 2,24), Dios bajó para rescatar a su gente de los opresores de
Download Audio FileIn the Church, we are made children of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—the God who makes known His name and His ways to Moses in today’s First Reading. Mindful of His covenant with Abraham (see Exodus 2:24), God came down to rescue His people from the slave drivers of Egypt. Faithful
The word “sacrament” comes from a Latin word, sacramentum. In ancient Rome, sacramentum was a legal term. It referred to a bond you posted at the beginning of a lawsuit as the proof of your good faith that you would pay the judgment if you lost.
Friday, September 6–Saturday, September 7, 2019 Best-selling author and renowned biblical scholar Scott Hahn will be speaking at the Charlotte Eucharistic Congress taking place Friday, September 6, and Saturday, September 7, 2019. Set your heart on fire for the Eucharist in order to bring others to Christ! Location: Charlotte Convention Center 501 S College St