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From the St. Paul Center, the Road to Emmaus with Scott Hahn presents the deeply biblical roots of Catholic teaching and practice. Join him to learn how Sacred Scripture forms and informs our notions of morality and spirituality, liturgy and the sacraments, and so much more.

The Road to Emmaus with Scott Hahn Scott Hahn

    • Christianity
    • 4.8 • 16 Ratings

From the St. Paul Center, the Road to Emmaus with Scott Hahn presents the deeply biblical roots of Catholic teaching and practice. Join him to learn how Sacred Scripture forms and informs our notions of morality and spirituality, liturgy and the sacraments, and so much more.

    How to Approach the Bible

    How to Approach the Bible

    Listening to scholars discuss the Bible makes reading Scripture seem easy. But it’s easy to feel discouraged when we approach it ourselves. Scott Hahn assures us that when he first started studying the Bible, he felt just as confused. Here’s a quick beginner’s guide to reading Scripture. Visit https://bit.ly/3m94we9 to register for our Gala.

    • 13 min
    We Don’t Need Nice Homilies

    We Don’t Need Nice Homilies

    There is a need today for strong proclamation of the Gospel—but priests today are pressured to make homilies light and short. On this bonus episode, Scott Hahn, James Merrick, and Rob Corzine discuss the need to encourage priests to preach the Gospel boldly. Visit https://bit.ly/2SRo7mA to learn more about the 2021 January Priest Conference.

    • 38 min
    Why an Anglican Priest Became Catholic

    Why an Anglican Priest Became Catholic

    Dr. James Merrick had a long road to the Catholic faith. He was raised devout Baptist, became an Anglican priest, and then gave up a parish in Scotland to become Catholic. On this episode, learn how his studies and friendships brought him to the Church. Visit https://bit.ly/2SRo7mA to learn more about the 2021 January Priest Conference.

    • 35 min
    A Church in Crisis

    A Church in Crisis

    Is our Church in crisis? Ralph Martin shares the troubling issues facing the Catholic Church from within and without, which the pandemic has made even more evident. On this episode, Ralph Martin and Scott Hahn discuss the challenges and the pathways forward. Visit https://bit.ly/2GmER2s to learn more about “A Church in Crisis.”

    • 39 min
    Sneak Peek of Beloved and Blessed with Kimberly Hahn

    Sneak Peek of Beloved and Blessed with Kimberly Hahn

    Scott Hahn is joined by a very special guest—his wife, Kimberly. The two discuss Kimberly’s new ministry for women and her new podcast, Beloved and Blessed. Kimberly shares her experience and insights into the wisdom of Scripture, especially the wisdom of Proverbs 31. Visit https://bit.ly/34dlnVA to learn more about “Beloved and Blessed.”

    • 40 min
    Jonathan Roumie and The Chosen

    Jonathan Roumie and The Chosen

    Jonathan Roumie from The Chosen joins Scott Hahn to talk about what it’s like to play Jesus on TV, how his Catholic faith influences his work, and the role of Scripture in the show. Get an inside look at how God has worked in Jonathan’s life and through The Chosen. Visit https://bit.ly/3cnX9eV to sign up free for Lord, Teach Us to Pray.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

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To listen and re-listen every single episode!

I love this podcast. I learn so much every time I listen to the episodes. I find myself going back again and again. Not easy to digest for those away from the faith or with superficial understanding but little by little you see how the seeds begin to grow. Worth sharing with everyone!
Thank you!!!!!

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richly inspiring but why so much emphasis on gender politics?

This is a review of 'The Art of Friendship'. It took me a long time to get through this podcast and initially I was put off by the very authoritative stance on men being men and women being women. I'm not sure it's really necessary to have very rigid ideas on how to be 'manly' or 'womanly'. That said, my husband and I enjoy a very traditional marriage and that makes us happy so who knows. Maybe it is right. However I question whether it's appropriate to make Catholicism so narrowly prescriptive when so many people are not in traditional relationships. The emphasis should be on love, not on women being submissive. Also, there was a long passage about not marrying a non Catholic because it would be hard. Well, I am married to a non Catholic andI found that difficult and frankly unrelated to the subject of friendship. Again, these are interesting opinions but rather alienating if you do not fit into a very narrow, traditional way of life. Lots of people don't. I would argue that God creates a very wide spectrum of ways to live and that's OK. I'm happy that the Hahns have such a happy marriage but maybe it's the British person in me I find it a bit much to say that theirs is the only way of being married. I think it's a pity when the message of Christianity is that if you don't obey every single rule and live you life in a traditional manner then God is not available to you. I'm not sure why the Hahns are focusing so much on this stuff. Let the world obsess about gender politics! Focus on the abundant love of God. Be welcoming to all the lost who are blundering about in darkness and do not know the message of God's enormous love.

Anyway, those stumbling blocks aside, once I had finally listened to the whole podcast I found that there was some absolute gold in here about friendship, which is why I have given it 5 stars. Well worth a listen. I was challenged to rebuild a friendship with my brother, and to keep praying for those around me. Thank you.

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