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.
What does it mean to walk in the footsteps of both Jesus and Mary? On this special episode for the Feast of the Annunciation, Kimberly Hahn reflects on Mary’s motherhood. Consider all the ways Mary works in our lives today by meditating on her life with Christ.
No one was more devoted to Jesus than St. Joseph and Mary. And no one was more devoted to Mary and St. Joseph than Jesus. Meditating on the head of the Holy Family draws us ever closer to the Son. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shares a personal devotion to St. Joseph, patron of the universal Church and of a happy death.
False gods continue to sneak in the back door throughout the Old Testament. The Israelites continue to forfeit their relationship as children of Yahweh and choose to be slaves of Baal, or Satan under the guise of an Egyptian god. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn explains how God repeatedly saves His people from making themselves slaves of the devil.
The story of Noah’s Ark is arguably one of the most famous stories from Scripture. Yet how much do we really know about the flood? Did you know that the Ark is a foreshadowing of the Church? That the flood is a type for Baptism? Learn more on this episode of The Road to Emmaus.
Why does God act so harshly in the Old Testament? Where is the merciful God we know from the New Testament? He’s still found in Genesis, but His mercy is harder for us to understand. On this episode, Scott Hahn shows how God never abandoned His people to sin and continued to draw them ever closer to Himself.