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The Good Samaritan

What We Must Do: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

We are to love God and our neighbor with all the strength of our being, as the scholar of the Law answers Jesus in this week’s Gospel.

This command is nothing remote or mysterious—it’s already written in our hearts, in the book of Sacred Scripture. “You have only to carry it out,” Moses says in this week’s First Reading.

Jesus tells His interrogator the same thing: “Do this and you will live.”

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The Good Samaritan

Lo que debemos hacer: Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el 15º Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

Debemos amar a Dios y a nuestro prójimo con toda la fuerza de nuestro ser, como el erudito de la Ley responde a Jesús en el Evangelio de esta semana.

Este mandamiento no es lejano o misterioso, sino que está escrito en nuestros corazones y en el libro de la Sagrada Escritura. Moisés dice sobre el en la primera lectura de esta semana: “Cúmplelo”.

Jesús le dice lo mismo a su interrogador: “Haz esto y vivirás”.

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Challenges to Intimacy in Marriage

Kimberly Hahn examines and addresses challenges, both spiritual and physical, that couples may face in sexual intimacy.

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The Fisherman and the Pharisee

Self-identified transgender persons are a small but apparently growing population of persons who experience a severe dissonance between their sex (male or female) and their interior sense of themselves as men or women. It is a condition that is associated with a high rate of self-harming behavior, including alcohol abuse, drug abuse, sexual abuse, prostitution, and suicide. It is a condition that demands merciful care in every regard.

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The Brotherhood of Sts. Peter and Paul

Dr. Scott Hahn discusses the connection, respect, and brotherhood of these two powerhouse saints of the first century. Many picture them in disagreement and look to their opposition as a cause of the Protestant break-away, but as Dr. Hahn points out, this is the farthest thing from the truth! Otherwise, why would they SHARE a feast day??

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Male & Female He Created Them

Male & Female He Created Them

Join us as we sit down with medical doctor, attorney and author, Dr. Steven Christie, as he unpacks the issue of abortion in an exclusive interview conducted by Dr. Grazie Christie, a practicing radiologist and EWTN radio host. During this event, Christie will discuss the Dobbs brief leak, the future of Roe and its effects, and how we got to this point in history. You won’t want to miss out. Registration is free!

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The Appearance behind Locked Doors

Tiempo de cosecha: Scott Hahn reflexiona sobre el 14º Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

Jesús tiene una visión en el Evangelio de esta semana: Satanás cayendo del cielo como un rayo, el enemigo vencido por la predicación misionera de la Iglesia.

Los 72 discípulos, enviados por Jesús para empezar a congregar las naciones a la cosecha del juicio divino (cfr. Is 27,12.13; Jl 4,13), son un signo de la misión continua de la Iglesia.

Al continuar el trabajo de los 72 discípulos, la Iglesia proclama la venida del Reino de Dios y ofrece sus bendiciones de paz y misericordia a cada hogar en la tierra, a “todos los pueblos y lugares” a donde Él piensa ir.

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The Appearance behind Locked Doors

Harvest Time: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus has a vision in this week’s Gospel: Satan falling like lightning from the sky, the enemy vanquished by the missionary preaching of His Church.

Sent out by Jesus to begin gathering the nations into the harvest of divine judgment (see Isaiah 27:12–13; Joel 4:13), the seventy are a sign of the continuing mission of the Church.

Carrying out the work of the seventy, the Church proclaims the coming of God’s kingdom. She offers His blessings of peace and mercy to every household on earth, “every town and place He intended
to visit.”

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Should Christians “Mind Our Own Business”?

We have all heard the expression “mind your own business.” Perhaps we ourselves have said it to an individual who is being overly curious about something in our lives, or asking something very personal. In these cases, it makes sense. But at other times it can be a kind of escape mechanism when someone sincerely wants to help us and we turn him or her away. It can be the rude answer of a person who doesn’t really want to think about his or her life in a serious way, or to change what needs to be changed.

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