The Road to Emmaus

The Road to Emmaus

About The Road to Emmaus

Introducing The Road to Emmaus, a new St. Paul Center podcast hosted by Dr. Scott Hahn.

As an author, speaker, and scholar, Scott Hahn has spent decades teaching Catholics how to read the Bible from the heart of the Church. Now, he’s bringing many of his most popular talks to listeners everywhere on The Road to Emmaus podcast.

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Recent Episodes

The Indissolubility of Marriage

The Catholic Church is the one institution in history that upholds the indissolubility of marriage. Where does this teaching come from? What does it mean for today’s Catholics facing attacks on marriage from every side? Learn the biblical basis for this teaching and why it’s so important for the Church and the world.  
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Love Unveiled

There’s no better witness to the Gospel than living it out joyfully, especially in our own families. God particularly uses family to reflect the Divine Family and His Fatherly love for us. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shares practical tips for living out the Gospel in our marriages and families.  
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The Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God

Did you know that on January 1 we actually celebrate three feast days in one? In addition to the well-known Feast of Mary, Mother of God, the Church also commemorates the Feast of the Circumcision of Jesus and the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn explores how these three feasts capture the heart of the Gospel.
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Christmas with Kimberly Hahn

Join Kimberly Hahn for a special Christmas episode of The Road to Emmaus! Celebrate the Incarnation with reflections on family traditions, the Holy Family, Nativity scenes, and how to enter more deeply into the Christmas season.  
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Counting Your Blessings

It’s often easier to preach the faith than it is to live it—it's easier to share the Gospel with strangers than to live it in our families. But we need strong men and women who will step up to the challenge. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shares practical tips on being leaders in the faith, especially for our own families.  
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Consecrating Our Families to Christ

Jesus tells us in John 6 to “be not afraid.” This saying is difficult to accept when there seems to be so much to fear in raising a family in today’s world. But Jesus is King of Kings, Lord of Lords, and we should have confidence that His word can be trusted. On this episode, learn how we can place our trust in the Sacred Heart and consecrate our families to Christ. 
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The Coming of Advent

We tend to glamorize the Nativity by portraying the manger scene with a rosy glow, but contemplating what the Holy Family faced in order to keep the Christ Child safe helps us remember how incredible Christmas truly is. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn suggests taking a new look at Christmas in order to enter into Advent more deeply.  
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How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Four

Why can’t non-Catholics receive the Eucharist? Why do we call priests “father”? Why do we offer Masses and other prayers for the dead? On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn answers these and other common questions on the Mass. Whether you have some of these questions yourself or you want to better answer your non-Catholic friends, listen now to learn more.  
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How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Three

Why did Jesus choose to institute the Eucharist under both bread and wine? At the Last Supper, Jesus was preparing the Apostles for His death. By instituting the Eucharist under a separation of bread and wine, He was signifying the separation of His Body and Blood on the Cross. Learn more about the connection between the Last Supper and Good Friday and what it says about the Eucharist.  
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How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Two

It’s easy to see the role of the priest in the Mass, but what about the role of the laity? How are we called to participate in the liturgy? Understanding the Eucharist as a sacrifice, as the New Passover, reveals the essential role of every person in offering the most pure sacrifice of the Mass. Learn more in this second part of a four-part series.  
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