Excerpts from ‘Parousia: The Bible and the Mass’ from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
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BOOK PICK: ‘It Is Right and Just: Why the Future of Civilization Depends on True Religion’
With a new Netflix series kicking off Monday, Kevin James speaks about his Catholic faith, the need for comedy during the COVID pandemic, and creating content that inspires and uplifts.
“We need hope now more than ever before”
COMMENTARY: St. John Paul II proposed another way of seeing the human body — as a bridge of God’s grace.
In these difficult days, it is powerfully helpful for Catholics to remember the authentic Christian meaning of death and the resurrection of the body. Our Catholic faith can give us hope as we face our mortality, but too often we’ve lost sight of what our Church teaches about the Four Last Things. This week on Register Radio, we talk with Dr. Scott Hahn about his new book, Hope to Die: The Christian Meaning of Death and the Resurrection of the Body.
This Lent, take a journey through salvation history, from Genesis to the Resurrection.
This summer a Pew research study found that only 31% of Catholics believe in the Real Presence. The Register recently published a special section on this doctrine, seeking to help reignite belief and zeal for the Holy Eucharist. This week on Register Radio we talk to Dr. Scott Hahn, who has written extensively on this “inestimable gift” and recently released The Eucharist in Scripture, a video series and study guide based on his books The Lamb’s Supper, The Fourth Cup and Consuming the Word.