Yes, Scott, I want to help you spread the light of Christ and dispel the darkness of our time. Here is my tax-deductible gift to the St. Paul Center
Breaking the Bread: A Biblical Devotional for Catholics Year B
By Scott Hahn and Ken Ogorek
(Hardcover, a $23 Value)
As Catholics, we draw meaning and purpose from the celebration of the Mass each Sunday. But what if we could enhance our experience of the Mass with a better grasp on the readings we hear? In Breaking the Bread, a beautiful, full-color, clothbound companion for the Sunday Mass, beloved Scripture scholar Scott Hahn reflects on the Sunday Mass readings, providing insightful context for all Catholics to better understand what we hear—and why we hear it—on any given Sunday.
The Supper of the Lamb
By Scott Hahn and Emily Stimpson Chapman
(Hardcover, a $18 Value)
The Supper of the Lamb once again brings together bestselling authors Scott Hahn and Emily Stimpson Chapman, this time to introduce children of all ages to the biblical roots of the Mass. With edifying illustrations from artist Tricia Dugat, The Supper of the Lamb draws from the Book of Revelation as it slowly unveils the layers of meaning in the Mass. Children of all ages will begin to see how God’s plan, from creation to the Incarnation, leads to the Mass—and that they, too, are invited to partake in the Lamb’s Supper where heaven and earth meet.
As I Have Loved You: Rediscovering Our Salvation in Christ
By Fr. Timothy V. Vaverek
(Hardcover, a $20 Value)
Over many centuries, Christians have lost sight of the heart of the Eternal Covenant: our nuptial union with God in Jesus as members of his Body and Bride. This has fueled a growing crisis of Christian identity and witness. As I Have Loved You examines our own existence as persons and how the Covenant relationship weds us to Christ in his loving service of God and neighbor. That union prepares us for the Wedding Feast of the Lamb, when we will know and love God even as he knows and loves us.