Month: May 2020
Abba, Father: Divine, Spiritual, and Natural Fathering
God the Father is the perfect, heavenly model for all earthly fathers. On Saturday, June 20, join renowned speakers Scott Hahn, John Bergsma, and Fr. Boniface Hicks, OSB, for a virtual event in honor of Father’s Day.
Why We Shouldn’t Forget about Pentecost
The line is worth repeating: “This he said about the Spirit, which those who believed in him were to receive.” Jesus issues his invitation to “anyone” who thirsts for salvation. To those who believe he promises salvation through the gift of the Spirit.
The Importance of Matthias Scheeben to Catholic Scholarship
Most people are familiar with Pope Saint John Paul II and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, two of the most important Catholic theologians and leaders of the twentieth century. But less well-known is the nineteenth-century theologian who had a profound impact on the work of both these great thinkers: Fr. Matthias Joseph Scheeben.
Why We Pray for the Dead
The Church encourages us to hope and pray for all those we’ve lost. She asks us not to presume that anyone has gone straight to heaven or hell, but rather to petition God with loving confidence on their behalf.
Our Lady in Scripture: A Three-Day Retreat with Mary
Welcome What does Scripture teach us about the Mother of God? Who does the Bible say Our Lady is? Join scholars Dr. John Bergsma, Curtis Mitch, and Rob Corzine for a free three-day event celebrating Our Lady beginning May 13, the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. Each morning will feature one talk illuminating different …
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After careful consideration and much prayer, the committee that is coordinating the Mid-South Regional Charismatic Conference has decided to cancel the event out of an abundance of caution and safety concerns. While we are sad the event won’t be taking place, there are some great alternatives that you can choose, including registration to our premiere …
Death Is Not the End
In death, the divide between hope and fear is unbridgeable. Each of the waiting dead knows what will happen to them at the time of the Final Judgment. They know if their body will be resurrected to death or to life. Those who hope, hope with certainty.
Inflamed and Empowered: Pentecost in Scripture
Join Scott Hahn, John Bergsma, and Curtis Mitch in the Upper Room this Pentecost, Saturday, May 30, for a virtual experience like no other, moderated by St. Paul Center Vice President of Academic Programs.