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Yes, Scott – I want to continue partnering with the St. Paul Center and support your mission to promote Scripture study from the heart of the Church. With my donation of $50 or more I wish to receive a CD Set: Hope for Hard Times Hope for Hard Times By Scott Hahn, John Bergsma, and Tim Gray

God Invites Us to Call Him by Name

By Scott Hahn Scott Hahn, Founder and President of the St. Paul Center, is author of over forty books. Understanding “Our Father”: Biblical Reflections on the Lord’s Prayer is one of his most popular works, going step by step through the powerful prayer we often take for granted. Whenever we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we acknowledge God’s

God Never Leads Us into Temptation

By Scott Hahn Scott Hahn, Founder and President of the St. Paul Center, is author of over forty books. Understanding “Our Father”: Biblical Reflections on the Lord’s Prayer is one of his most popular works, going step by step through the powerful prayer we often take for granted. The Lord’s Prayer is like a marathon course whose

Learning Perfect Virtue from Jesus in the Eucharist

By Lawrence Feingold Dr. Lawrence Feingold is Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Louis. He is the author of numerous scholarly books, including The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion, a comprehensive commentary on the mystery of the Eucharist drawing from Scripture, the Church Fathers, and magisterial teaching throughout the

The Pope

The role of the pope is one of the most questioned and misunderstood aspects of the Catholic Church. What does it mean to say that the pope is infallible? That there is an unbroken succession that goes back to St. Peter? With a little help from the Early Church Fathers, Scott Hahn explores the biblical

Come and See: Romans and Ephesians

“Come and See ~ Catholic Bible Study” Romans and Ephesians covers two Pauline prison letters. Paul’s Letter to the Romans is the most theologically dense epistle in all of Scripture, and Ephesians contains perhaps the most controversial verse in Paul’s letters. In depth Catholic Bible Study Uses both the RSVCE Catholic Bible, and the Catechism



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Yes, There’s a Connection Between Hugging Trees and Keeping the Commandments

By Benjamin Wiker Benjamin Wiker is a professor of Political Science and Director of Human Life Studies at Franciscan University of Steubenville. He is the author of In Defense of Nature: The Catholic Unity of Environmental, Economic, and Moral Ecology. Learn more about his work on his website, BenjaminWiker.com. Photo Credit: Kai Dorner Our culture is

Glorious Processions: Scott Hahn Reflects on Trinity Sunday

Download Audio FileIn today’s Liturgy we’re swept through time in glorious procession—from before earth and sky were set in place to the coming of the Spirit upon the new creation, the Church. We begin in the heart of the Trinity, as we listen to the testimony of Wisdom in today’s First Reading. Eternally begotten, the

Was There a Time Before Church and State?

By Andrew Willard Jones Dr. Andrew Jones holds a PhD in Medieval History from Saint Louis University and is an expert on the Church of the High Middle Ages. He is the author of Before Church and State: A Study of Social Order in the Sacramental Kingdom of St. Louis IX and the pioneer of the Formed In