Month: March 2021

Holy Triduum, Holy Thursday, Good Friday

Understanding the Holy Triduum

The feasts of Holy Week—Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter—are fulfillments of the three spring Jewish feasts with which they originally coincided. We refer to the three great liturgies of Holy Week—the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday evening, Good Friday services, and the Easter Vigil—as the Holy Triduum. In the year of Christ’s death, the Jewish Passover on 14 Nisan would have begun at sundown on Thursday, the same evening as the celebration of the Last Supper and been completed at sundown on Good Friday, the day of His death.

20th Anniversary Gala

20th Anniversary Gala

Scott and Kimberly Hahn and the St. Paul Center Board of Trustees request the honor of your company at our landmark 20th Anniversary Gala in Orlando, Florida. Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center have the honor of presenting George Cardinal Pell with the Good Shepherd Award. This is a rare opportunity to hear Cardinal Pell’s witness to living out peace and joy while suffering in prison after being falsely charged.

Scott Hahn at Holy Cross College – Saturday Morning

On Saturday, April 24th, join Scott Hahn for a free event at Holy Cross College – Pfeil Athletic Center.  Join Scott Hahn to learn more about more about why our culture needs authentic Catholicism now more than ever. Space is limited, so please reserve your spot early. Schedule 9:30am – Light Refreshments 10:00am – Dr …

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2022 January Priest Conference Interest

Thank you for your interest in the 2022 January Priest Conference. Registration will open soon. Please enter your information to be contacted when registration opens. Fill out my Wufoo form! Details Date: January 3–6, 2022 Place: Estancia La Jolla Hotel Transportation: Free shuttle service from and to airport Cost: $625; All registration includes room and …

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St. Joseph and Jesus, Fr. Boniface Hicks, Through the Heart of St. Joseph

Now is the Time of St. Joseph: How to Grow in Relationship with Him

It took the Church nearly 1,500 years (in 1481) to establish a liturgical feast for St. Joseph and nearly 1,900 years (in 1889) to publish the first encyclical about him. This encyclical came just after he was officially raised up to a great status in devotion by Bl. Pius IX, who officially declared him the protector of the universal Church in 1870. Every subsequent pope has published a significant teaching on St. Joseph, and many of them have inscribed that teaching in the official liturgical practice of the Roman Rite.