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What Do We Do? Scott Hahn Reflects on the Third Sunday of Advent

Download Audio FileThe people in today’s Gospel are “filled with expectation.” They believe John the Baptist might be the Messiah they’ve been waiting for. Three times we hear their question: “What then should we do?” The Messiah’s coming requires every man and woman to choose—to “repent” or not. That’s John’s message and it will be

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The Road Home: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Second Sunday of Advent

Download Audio FileToday’s Psalm paints a dream-like scene—a road filled with liberated captives heading home to Zion (Jerusalem), mouths filled with laughter, tongues rejoicing. It’s a glorious picture from Israel’s past, a “new exodus,” the deliverance from exile in Babylon. It’s being recalled in a moment of obvious uncertainty and anxiety. But the psalmist isn’t

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¡Alerta! : Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el Primer Domingo de Adviento

Download Audio FileCada Adviento, la liturgia de la Palabra nos reorienta con respecto a nuestro sentido del tiempo. Con toda intención, en las lecturas de las próximas cuatro semanas, nos presentará tensión entre promesa y cumplimiento; expectación y liberación; futuro y pasado. En la primera lectura de hoy, el profeta Jeremías guía nuestra atención hacia

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Heads Up: Scott Hahn Reflects on the First Sunday of Advent

Download Audio FileEvery Advent, the Liturgy of the Word gives our sense of time a reorientation. There’s a deliberate tension in the next four weeks’ readings—between promise and fulfillment, expectation and deliverance, between looking forward and looking back. In today’s First Reading, the prophet Jeremiah focuses our gaze on the promise God made to David,

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