Archive | March, 2020

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We Were Born to Die, but We Were Created to Live

By Regis Flaherty  Regis Flaherty is a bestselling author of several books, including Jesus Is the Gift: The Spirituality of Advent & Christmas, which is the fruit of over seven years of preparing others for Advent through talks on its liturgical themes. Certainly we were all born to die. That’s a true statement, but it only

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Hope for Hard Times Virtual Event with Scott Hahn

April 4, 2020 Streaming will begin Saturday, April 4 at approximately 8:45 AM Eastern Time. Videos will remain available for fourty-eight hours following the end of the conference for your convenience. Already registered? Log in and return to this page to submit a question for Dr. Hahn. Join Scott Hahn for an online event on

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Scott Hahn Event Alternatives

Out of concern for your safety, we have decided to cancel Scott Hahn’s events in Leawood, Kansas, and Greenville, South Carolina. In lieu of these in person events, we are organizing a live-stream event on Saturday, April 4. Join Dr. Hahn for an online event: “Hope for Hard Times.” Even in the midst of these

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Preparing for Death

By Regis Flaherty  Regis Flaherty is a bestselling author of several books, including Jesus Is the Gift: The Spirituality of Advent & Christmas, which is the fruit of over seven years of preparing others for Advent through talks on its liturgical themes. When a family member is gripped by a terminal illness, those who love

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What Mary’s Yes Means for Us

By Andrew Willard Jones  Dr. Andrew Jones holds a PhD in Medieval History from Saint Louis University and is an expert on the Church of the High Middle Ages. He is the author of Before Church and State: A Study of Social Order in the Sacramental Kingdom of St. Louis IX and the pioneer of the Formed

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What Happens When We Die?

By Regis Flaherty  Regis Flaherty is a bestselling author of several books, including Jesus Is the Gift: The Spirituality of Advent & Christmas, which is the fruit of over seven years of preparing others for Advent through talks on its liturgical themes. Death is a birth into eternal life, but not everyone will have the

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We Need to be Shaken Up by the Stations of the Cross

By Mike Aquilina  Mike Aquilina is the award-winning author of more than fifty books on Catholic history, doctrine, and devotion. He is executive vice-president of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and a contributing editor to Angelus News.  The way of the Cross is the inevitable way of a Christian’s heart. Indeed, it is almost

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St. Joseph: A Model for Priests

By Fr. Carter Griffin Fr. Carter Griffin is a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington. Since 2011 he has been engaged in the formation of seminarians at Saint John Paul II Seminary in Washington, DC. Fr. Griffin is a graduate of Princeton University and a former line officer in the United States Navy. He is

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Don’t Forget to Celebrate

By Ken Baldwin Ken Baldwin is the executive director of the St. Paul Center.  Today we celebrate the special feast of my patron St. Patrick. As we reflect today on the many blessings in our lives, I’m especially grateful for my Irish heritage. It was my Irish Catholic grandmother who brought the Catholic faith to

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The Meaning of Lent

By John Bergsma Dr. John Bergsma is Professor of Theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. A former Protestant pastor, he is the author of several books on Scripture and the Catholic faith. When I think about Lent, I think of the first two readings we use on the First Sunday and the Second Sunday

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