How can we give better answers to those who have questions on the truthfulness of Sacred Scripture? Scott Hahn has an answer that might surprise you, and it centers around the Mass and the Eucharist. Learn more on this episode of The Road to Emmaus.
The testimony and teachings of Joseph Ratzinger on the act of faith are particularly urgent for the Church today. Doctrinal confusion and other signs of crisis experienced by believers find their root in a crisis of faith. Understanding what it means to believe is more than an academic exercise; rather, it is a necessary step
In everyday parlance, synthesis is synonymous with short. Here, Mauro Gagliardi uses synthesis as it has been applied to the Hypostatic Union in Christ: the “Synthetic Union” of the two natures in one Person. All of dogmatic theology is presented from this et-et (both-and), Christocentric approach in Truth is a Synthesis: Catholic Dogmatic Theology. The
The Letter to the Romans has fascinated and perplexed readers ever since antiquity, when the Church Fathers commented extensively on it. St. Thomas’s Commentary on Romans, the first in his series of majestic commentaries on Paul’s letters, stands out among commentaries on Paul’s letters, both ancient and modern, as uniquely ample and refined. Expansive in its broad theological
By Amy Smith Amy Smith is associate editor of the National Catholic Register, where she edits features and likes to write about everything from hope and saints (her favorites are Thérèse and Gianna) to Jane Austen. She’s the author of The Plans God Has for You: Hopeful Lessons for Young Women. Photo Credit: Thuong Do Because
Las lecturas de hoy, como las de la semana anterior, nos invitan a meditar en la respuesta de Israel a la Palabra de Dios y también en nuestra propia respuesta. ¿Porqué algunos de los que escuchan la palabra del reino, aún no la aceptan como llamada a la conversión y a la fe en Jesús?
Today’s readings, like last week’s, ask us to meditate on Israel’s response to God’s Word—and our own. Why do some hear the word of the kingdom, yet fail to accept it as a call to conversion and faith in Jesus? That question underlies today’s Gospel, especially. Again we see, as we did last week, that
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 Please join Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center for an evening of gratitude, streamed live from the St. Paul Center’s Priest Conference East. On Tuesday, July 14, we’ll join together at approximately 9:00 p.m. ET for a virtual happy hour focused on our joys, both professional and personal. While the
Hope is what will sustain us in the days yet to come. It also will make it possible to experience joy in this day, no matter what sorrows presently afflict us. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn talks about his book Hope to Die and the importance of hope.
By Amy Smith Amy Smith is associate editor of the National Catholic Register, where she edits features and likes to write about everything from hope and saints (her favorites are Thérèse and Gianna) to Jane Austen. She’s the author of The Plans God Has for You: Hopeful Lessons for Young Women. Photo Credit: Christi Marcheschi St.