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.
Have you ever wondered about the first sin ever committed? While theologians can speculate, ultimately, Adam and Eve failed in their marriage vows. Their disobedience permanently affected the relationship between men and women—but on this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn offers a hopeful reminder that marriage is still a source of great grace.
What does the creation story tell us about our relationship with God? Learn the symbolism of the seven days, the five realms and their rulers, and the darkness and light. On this second part of our series on damnation, Scott Hahn breaks down God’s covenant with our first parents.
What is sin? This episode of The Road to Emmaus begins an eight-part series on the history of damnation—but we can’t address damnation without also looking at salvation. We’ll start by looking at why sin makes us miss the mark, but how God’s grace is ultimately always available to us.
Do you know the “five speeches that changed the world”? Matthew recorded five discourses in his Gospel, including the famous Sermon on the Mount. For good reason, they’ve been called the five speeches that changed the world. Learn more on this episode of The Road to Emmaus.
The Catholic Church is the one institution in history that upholds the indissolubility of marriage. Where does this teaching come from? What does it mean for today’s Catholics facing attacks on marriage from every side? Learn the biblical basis for this teaching and why it’s so important for the Church and the world.