About The Road to Emmaus
From the St. Paul Center, 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.
Dr. Scott Hahn is a renowned speaker, professor, and author, as well as the Founder and President of the St. Paul Center, an apostolate dedicated to teaching Catholics to read Scripture from the heart of the Church. Dr. Hahn has been married to Kimberly for forty years, and together they have six children and eighteen grandchildren. Two of their sons are currently in priestly formation with the Diocese of Steubenville. Dr. Hahn’s works include best-selling titles Rome Sweet Home, The Lamb’s Supper, and Hail Holy Queen.
We hear a lot today about a crisis of fatherhood, but we’re also in the midst of a crisis of motherhood. It goes further back than the women’s liberation movement or Roe v. Wade—it goes back to the Garden of Eden. On this episode, Scott Hahn connects the Old and New Testaments to illuminate how Mary is the new Eve, the perfect mother.
Jesus gives us seven parables of the kingdom in Matthew’s gospel. From the parable of the sower and the seed to the pearl of great price, they all show how the kingdom will be manifested on earth. In this episode, Scott Hahn points to the unlikely features of Christ’s kingdom.
It’s hard to think of any book of the Bible more misunderstood than Revelation. But you might know more about the Book of Revelation than you think. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn recounts a fateful airport encounter and details the connections he made between the New Testament and the sacrifice of the Mass.
Purgatory is one of the most misunderstood concepts in Catholicism. But it’s not just non-Catholics who struggle to wrap their minds around it. Catholics themselves often don’t know why the Church proclaims this teaching. In this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn will show that Purgatory is not only biblical, it’s for our good.
The Greek terms for “joy” and “rejoice” appear in St. Paul’s letter to the Philippians more than you’ll find in any of his other epistles. On this episode, Scott Hahn unpacks the “Epistle of Joy.” He’ll recount how Jesus’ humble sacrifice and unity with the Father brought about salvation—and eternal joy—to mankind.