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.
Friday, July 31–Sunday, August 2, 2020 Join Bible scholar, speaker, and Franciscan University professor Dr. John Bergsma for a Bible Conference with a special focus on the Psalms. Space is limited to 60 registrants. Schedule: Friday, July 31, 2020 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Saturday, August 1, 2020 8:45 a.m.–9:30 p.m. Sunday, August 2, 2020 8:45 a.m.–11:00
Lecturas: Zacarías 9, 9–10 Salmo 145, 1–2.8–11.13–14 Romanos 8, 9.11–13 Mateo 11, 25–30 En el Evangelio de esta semana, se nos da una semblanza de Jesús como un nuevo y más grande Moisés. Moisés, el hombre más humilde que había sobre la tierra (cf. Nm 12,3), era amigo de Dios (cf. Éx 34,12.17). Sólo él
Jesus is portrayed in today’s Gospel as a new and greater Moses. Moses, the meekest man on earth (see Numbers 12:3), was God’s friend (see Exodus 34:12, 17). Only he knew God “face to face” (see Deuteronomy 34:10). And Moses gave Israel the yoke of the Law, through which God first revealed Himself and how
John the Baptist is the forerunner of Christ—he is the last Old Testament prophet and the bridge to the New and Everlasting Covenant. And yet, what do we know of John the Baptist? What role does he play in our faith today? Learn more on this episode of The Road to Emmaus, with special guest
By Debra Bianculli The Marriage of the Virgin, Philippe de Champaigne The image of the Holy Family portrayed every year at Christmas time is no human sentimental icon; rather, it is a supernatural reality that reveals the image of God in the Holy Trinity. The love of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is revealed
La liturgia de esta semana nos sigue instruyendo en los elementos del discipulado. Se nos dice que hasta el más humilde de entre nosotros comparte en la misión que Cristo le ha encomendado a Su Iglesia. No todos estamos llamados al ministerio de apóstoles, o de ser profetas como Eliseo en la primera lectura. Pero
The Liturgy this week continues to instruct us in the elements of discipleship. We’re told that even the most humble among us have a share in the mission Christ gives to His Church. We’re not all called to the ministry of the Apostles, or to be prophets like Elisha in today’s First Reading. But each
Work has been dramatically changed for almost all of us in recent months. More, our Sundays have also been upended as the days run into each other without Mass. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn and Rob Corzine discuss the importance of a healthy view of work and worship for today’s Catholic.