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Faith Is About Obedience

October 15, 2017 4 Comments
Faith Is About Obedience

There is a very important phrase in the beginning of St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans, which we are reading in daily Mass. A common modern conception of what it means to have faith has an egocentric element, for which St. Paul provides a remedy. In describing his authority and mission as an apostle, he […]

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Is It Possible that St. Paul Was a "Poor Preacher?" A Brief Meditation on Superficiality

July 29, 2010 10 Comments

For many years, growing up,  my usual image of St. Paul was of a bold preacher and teacher who went from town to town powerfully teaching and preaching on Christ. I imagined people mesmerized as he preached and took on his opponents. In the years since seminary however I have altered my view just a bit […]

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It’s Not About You

May 22, 2010 8 Comments

We have come to the conclusion of the Easter Cycle as we celebrate Pentecost this weekend. All through this period we have been reading from the Acts of the Apostles. Fully the last two-thirds of Acts has focused on the Evangelical Mission of St. Paul as he made four journeys into Asia Minor and then […]

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Catholic News from Catholictv.com

July 6, 2009 0 Comments

Here’s the latest news from Catholictv.com, a TV Station sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston. Among the news stories here is a story about the uncovering of the oldest known image of St. Paul in Rome.

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Latest Catholic News

June 30, 2009 0 Comments

This news segment is from CATHOLIC TV.com. Among the issues covered here is Pope Benedict’s address concluding the year of St. Paul. Also extensive coverage of the Pope’s announcement concerning findings on the Tomb of St. Paul. Further – Do you have “adult faith?” Find out what this means and if YOU have it.

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