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Your Impact

“In the age of new evangelization, when we’re challenged by Pope Francis to be evangelizing disciples, the St. Paul Center is a proven asset for all that take seriously the challenge of Jesus, ‘You will be my witnesses.’”
— Cardinal Donald Wuerl
Archdiocese of Washington, D.C.

“Oh my goodness, I am astounded by [Bible and the Sacraments]! I would have stayed in the Catholic Church had I known these things. . . . I’m in awe. . . . It all makes sense to me now. I can’t wait to watch the rest of the lessons!”
— Lynn

“The rich material and resources that you make available on your website are incredible, and I have been using them on my own journey to draw closer to the Lord and gain a deeper understanding of my Catholic faith.”
— Andy
Promise & Fulfillment audience member

“My kids and I couldn’t put Into the Sea, Out of the Tomb down. The artwork in The Old and the New series is beautiful. I have never seen the parallels between the Old Testament and the New explained so clearly.”
— Cathy

“I predict that within a decade, the publications of Emmaus Academic—ranging from previously untranslated classic texts by Aquinas and Scheeben, to major books and journal articles by leading Catholic theologians and philosophers—will have catapulted the press to a position of eminence within theological publishing in the English-speaking world.”
— Matthew Levering
James N. and Mary D. Perry Jr. Chair of Theology, Mundelein Seminary,
St. Paul Center Distinguished Fellow

“The conference was great! Solid formation and reflection in the Word is the food that we need as priests! It brought home to me once again the great, great need to bring such formation and biblical literacy to my flock.”
— Fr. Dan