Archive (12/2014)


Journey Through Scripture Presenter Training: Diocese of Arlington

December 15, 2014 16:30 - December 15, 2014 17:30
Diocese of Arlington Genesis to Jesus Presenter Training Want to know what the Bible is all about? Well here’s your chance! Matthew Leonard and Rob Corzine of the St. Paul Center are coming to the Archdiocese of Arlington to present“Genesis to Jesus”, part of the dynamicJourney Through Scripture series.  "I would certainly encourage anyone who wants to be better grounded in their faith, but more importantly to grow more deeply in the appreciation of their faith, to tap into these courses…” ~ Donald Cardinal Wuerl Archbishop of Washington

In the Footsteps of St. Paul with Scott and Kimberly Hahn

October 25, 2012 - November 03, 2012
Catholic Mediterranean Cruise and Pilgrimage October 25th – November 3rd 2012 (Optional Rome Tour Nov. 4-7) Nearly two thousand years ago, St. Paul traveled by land and sea through the ancient Mediterranean world, proclaiming the Good News to Jew and Greek alike. In Corinth, Thessalonica, Athens, and Philippi, he introduced men and women to Christ. And the world has never been the same.  This fall, you’ll have the opportunity to retrace that journey on pilgrimage with the St. Paul Center. With Steve and Janet Ray for your tour guides, and Scott and Kimberly Hahn as your hosts, this 10-day journey across the Mediterranean features a seven night cruise on the “Steps of St. Paul” Ocean Majesty Liner, as well as two nights in Athens, and an optional Rome extension.  Click here for more information

Del Génesis a Jesús”, un taller de estudio bíblico: la Diócesis de Arlington

June 29, 2013 08:00 - June 29, 2013 16:45
Del Génesis a Jesús", un taller de estudio bíblico ¿Quiere saber más sobre la Biblia? Diácono Arnaldo Santos y Ximena DeBroeck del Centro San Pablo de Teología Bíblica de la Diócesis de Arlington están presentando un taller de estudio bíblico dinámico titulado “Del Génesis a Jesús”, que es el estudio fundacional del programa Viaje A Través de las Escrituras.

The Bible and the Mass Presenter Training: Diocese of Venice

September 13, 2014 08:00 - September 13, 2014 16:30
Saturday, September 13th 2014 | Diocese of Venice The Bible and the Mass Presenter Training Want to know what the Bible teaches us about the Mass and how to share it with others? Well here’s your chance! Matthew Leonard and Robert Corzine of the St. Paul Center will be coming to the Diocese of Venice to present “The Bible and the Mass”, part of the dynamicJourney Through Scripture series

See the Shrines of Italy with the St. Paul Center

March 09, 2015 - March 19, 2015
Italy Pilgrimage From March 9-19, 2015, the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology invites you to join us on a special pilgrimage to the holy cities and shrines of Italy. Led by the St. Paul Center’s Executive Director—the popular author and speaker Matthew Leonard—this 10-day pilgrimage will take you throughout central Italy to visit some of the holiest spots in Christendom. 

The 12th Annual West Coast Biblical Studies Conference

January 09, 2015 18:00 - January 10, 2015 21:00
The Mystery of Christ in the Church: A Study of Ephesians.” On January 9 -10th 2015, you’re invited to join the St. Paul Center and John Paul the Great Catholic University at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church in San Diego, California. Starting Friday evening and continuing all day Saturday, some of the Church’s most insightful scholars and speakers, including St. Paul Center President Dr. Scott Hahn, and Senior Fellows Dr. Brant Pitre, Dr. Michael Barber, and Dr. John Kincaid (see profiles below) will explore St. Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians during the 2015 West Coast Biblical Studies Conference: “The Mystery of Christ in the Church: A Study of Ephesians."    The Christian community in Ephesus was like no other Christian community in the ancient world. The Apostle John lived there. The Blessed Mother lived there. And St. Paul himself spent years there, teaching, living and working alongside the people. Not surprisingly, St. Paul’s letter to the Ephesians is like no other letter of Paul’s. No other letter has such a highly developed theology of Christ. No other letter has such a highly developed theology of the Church. And no other letter has such a highly developed theology of the sacrament of marriage. But, arguably, no other letter could. When he wrote to the Ephesians, Paul wasn’t writing to Christian communities founded by others or a local Church torn apart by internal strife. He was writing to his own community, a community that had a deeper understanding of both the Gospel and his thought than perhaps anywhere else.