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El evangelio de este domingo presenta una escena que recuerda otro momento de la historia de Israel: el episodio que escuchamos en la primera lectura. Los setenta ancianos que reciben el Espíritu de Dios por medio de Moisés, anticipan el ministerio de los apóstoles.
Como Josué en la primera lectura, Juan se equivoca al suponer que solo unos pocos selectos serán inspirados y encargados de llevar a cabo los planes de Dios. El Espíritu sopla donde quiere (cfr. Jn 3, 8) y Dios desea otorgarlo a todo su pueblo, en todas la naciones que hay bajo el cielo (cfr. Hch 2, 5.38).
What did the New Testament and the Eucharist mean to the early Church? What can we still learn from them? Join Image Books for a live web event as Dr. Scott Hahn takes your questions about his new book Consuming the Word! Wednesday, June 5th at 8 PM EST, Dr. Scott Hahn will host a…
On a recent episode of The Road to Emmaus, Dr. Hahn spoke with his long-time friend Rob Corzine, Vice President of Programs at the St. Paul Center. Dr. Hahn and Corzine discuss the recent Pew Research Center poll on Catholics’ belief in the Eucharist. Many commenters have focused on the result that only 31 percent of Catholics believe in the Real Presence. But as Corzine and Dr. Hahn point out, the researchers asked another important question: “What do you think the Catholic Church teaches about the Eucharist?”
As an author, speaker, and scholar, Scott Hahn has spent decades teaching Catholics how to read the Bible from the heart of the Church. Dr. Hahn is not only renowned for his biblical scholarship, but also for his ability as a speaker to convey the truths of the faith clearly—and always with a good story and a good pun to go around. If you’ve ever heard him speak, you know the impact of his personal testimony and his wealth of knowledge on the Catholic faith.
Join the St. Paul Center in Pittsburgh on the morning of October 27 for a mini-conference on “Hope for Hard Times.” This dynamic event brings together three prominent lay leaders in the Church today: Dr. Scott Hahn, Dr. Tim Gray, and Curtis Martin.
Join world renowned theologian, Dr. Scott Hahn, Ph.D. of the St. Paul Center and Franciscan University of Steubenville & Kimberly Hahn, on an exclusive Pilgrimage to Italy! Enjoy spiritual lectures from Dr. Hahn, connect with fellow Pilgrims, and celebrate Mass daily with Fr. Dennis Gang, T.O.R., who will be available for reconciliation and Spiritual Direction. Enjoy seven (7) nights in Rome with the luxury of only having to unpack once! Explore the eternal city and all the marvels Rome has to offer, experience a Papal Audience, make day trips to the Umbrian countryside and Assisi, and visit Castel Gandolfo, the Apostolic Palace and Papal Summer Residence. Immerse yourself in the rich culture, art & cuisine of Italy on this Catholic Pilgrimage.
Dr. Scott Hahn is the Fr. Michael Scanlan Professor of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he has taught since 1990. He is the Founder and President of the St. Paul Center, an apostolate dedicated to teaching Catholics to read Scripture from the heart of the Church. Dr….
VANCOUVER—Catholics have been given the task of spreading the message, says Dr. Scott Hahn. They must be trained to evangelize and catechize, and they must be sacramentalized (partake in the sacraments), Hahn said during a recent lecture on mystagogy at Regent College. Mystagogy, a Greek term meaning “to be guided into the mysteries,” leads believers…
Founder and President and Chairman of the Board Dr. Scott Hahn is the Fr. Michael Scanlan Professor of Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he has taught since 1990. He is the Founder and President of the St. Paul Center, an apostolate dedicated to teaching Catholics to read…
Thank you for registering to join Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center in Westerville. The event is still taking place on Wednesday, September 23. We will be hosting the event in person at St. Paul the Apostle and there will be two ways to join us in person: you can sit in the church or you can sit in the parish hall and watch the presentation over simulcast.