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Called to Holiness

Jesus summed up his teaching in a startling and unambiguous call to His followers: “You, therefore, must be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect” (Matt 5:48). Perfect in purity of heart, perfect in compassion and love, perfect in obedience, perfect in conformity to the will of the Father, perfect in holiness—when we hear these

Freedom for God: Letting Go of Disordered Desires

There are many personal journeys to God, but they all pass through Jesus. The Christian life starts with Baptism—being made into an adopted child of God—then develops over the course of a person’s life into the ministry appointed by God for that person. The gifts to perform that ministry are given at Baptism and further

The Bible and the Virgin Mary Videos: New Edition – Replacement DVDs

Note: These replacement DVDs, which we are making available to owners of the old edition at a discounted rate, are provided without boxes or sleeves. It is our hope that you will simply replace your current DVDs, placing the new editions in your current packaging. We are currently working on these new editions and expect


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Bible and the Sacraments Videos: New Edition – Replacement DVDs

Note: These replacement DVDs, which we are making available to owners of the old edition at a discounted rate, are provided without boxes or sleeves. It is our hope that you will simply replace your current DVDs, placing the new editions in your current packaging. We are currently working on these new editions and expect


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Combating Spiritual Desolation with the Saints

If you asked me a few years ago about spiritual desolation I would not have had much of an answer for you. We all have struggles in our lives, and I’ve had my share of professional and personal difficulties, but I entered an all-time low—a period of spiritual desolation—when the bank where I worked collapsed

Why We Need a Green Revolution, Catholic Style

The history of the ecological movement within the Catholic Church is yet to be written, but when it is, one will discover that many of the practices now espoused by the most progressive minds were, in fact, voiced in a prior era by those Catholics engaged in the issues of ecological stewardship. Buying locally sourced,

Siervo de Todos: Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el 25º Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

Download Audio FileLa primera lectura de hoy puede ayudarnos a imaginar que escuchamos, detrás de la pared, las murmuraciones homicidas de los ancianos, los jefes de los sacerdotes y los escribas. De ellos hablaba Jesús en el Evangelio de la semana pasada, diciendo que lo harían sufrir y le matarían (cfr. Mc 8, 31; 10,

Servant of All: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Download Audio FileIn today’s First Reading, it’s like we have our ears pressed to the wall and can hear the murderous grumblings of the elders, chief priests, and scribes—who last week Jesus predicted would torture and kill Him (see Mark 8:31; 10:33–34). The liturgy invites us to see this passage from the Book of Wisdom

What Is Spiritual Direction?: A Spiritual Director Explains

Over the last few months, Fr. Boniface Hicks and I have had the opportunity to teach for several weeks from our book on spiritual direction, Spiritual Direction: A Guide For Sharing the Father’s Love. This has given me a chance to re-read and rethink in the process of teaching from the book and elaborating on