Archive | June, 2019

The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church, feminine authority, the New Eve,

Mary: the Model of Feminine Authority

By Monica Migliorino Miller  Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller is a professor at Madonna College. She has written extensively on the subject of women in the Church, including in her book The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church. Christ executed His first miracle because someone requested it. But this someone is not just anyone—it is His mother.

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More than Meets the Eye: John the Baptist

By Edward Sri  Dr. Edward Sri is professor of theology and Scripture and Vice President of Mission at the Augustine Institute, Vice President of Formation of FOCUS, and a St. Paul Center Fellow. He is the author of numerous books on Catholic theology and Scripture study. The first time I visited the Jordan River—the place

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Why Don’t We Have Women Priests?

By Monica Migliorino Miller  Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller is a professor at Madonna College. She has written extensively on the subject of women in the Church, including in her book The Authority of Women in the Catholic Church. Contemporary critics of the Church, particularly those who classify themselves as feminist theologians, believe the hierarchical structure of all-male

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“Catholicism and Culture”: Scott Hahn in Memphis, TN

Friday, September 20, 2019 Don’t miss Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center in Memphis on Friday, September 20, 2019. Explore the interplay between Catholicism and culture through the lens of Scripture and tradition. Go deeper into the riches of our Catholic faith—register now! Schedule:  7:00 p.m. — Opening prayer and welcome; talk by Scott

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Fr. James Schall, Catholicism and Intelligence

What Replaces Christianity in a “Post-Christian World”?

By Fr. James V. Schall  Fr. James V. Schall was a Jesuit priest, teacher, writer, and philosopher. He was the author of over thirty books, including Catholicism and Intelligence, which challenges the reader to see God in the reality of the world. Photo Credit: Pablo Garcia Saldana We often hear expressions like “the post-Christian era” to describe

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Tracey Rowland, The Culture of the Incarnation, Catholic Culture

Logos, Brands, and Celebrity: the Religion of the Age

By Tracey Rowland  Dr. Tracey Rowland currently holds the St. John Paul II Chair of Theology at the University of Notre Dame (Australia). She is the author of The Culture of the Incarnation: Essays in Catholic Theology. Photo Credit: Aranxa Esteve Most pop-culture celebrities are not only post-Christian but their lives are often what philosophers

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Reason and Revelation

By Fr. James V. Schall  Fr. James V. Schall was a Jesuit priest, teacher, writer, and philosopher. He was the author of over thirty books, including Catholicism and Intelligence, which challenges the reader to see God in the reality of the world. The point of revelation in the Catholic sense is that the world itself exists as an

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The Best Books in Our Warehouse

There’s no one who’s more familiar with our great resources than the people who work with them every day—our Emmaus Road warehouse staff. They’re always coming up with great ideas to help you hear about our best books. So now we’re giving them the spotlight. Without further ado, we’ll let them introduce the Emmaus Road

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