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Tim Staples answers a caller who asks is St. Augustine and other Early Church Fathers were misogynistic.

Tim Staples explains why the Church Fathers rejected the Gospel of Mary Magdalene as part of Scripture.

Scott Hahn speaks about the Forty Days of Lent and it's Biblical foundation.

Scott Hahn speaks about the Forty Days of Lent and it's Biblical foundation.

Scott Hahn on the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - He makes it all make sense!

Scott Hahn on the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mary is "feminine genius" in action: her soul magnifies the Lord. Because she receives Him fully.

7  Kristine Franklin   The Early Church Fathers were Catholic

7 Kristine Franklin The Early Church Fathers were Catholic

EWTN Live: Dr. Scott Hahn - Signs of Life Customs of Catholics and their Biblical roots

Scott Hahn about his newest book, Signs of Life: 40 Catholic Customs and Their Biblical Roots.

scott hahn early church fathers - YouTube

scott hahn early church fathers - YouTube

Today, we are asked to meditate on the Lord's Prayer....this CD will certainly help.  The Lord's Prayer is the centerpiece of the most famous sermon ever preached - the Sermon on the Mount. The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that this prayer "is truly the summary of the whole Gospel." Blending scripture with the incredible insights of the early Church Fathers, Dr. Scott Hahn helps us discover the critical importance of this prayer in our daily journey of faith.

I’ve been collecting a stash of these for about 5 years now! Great for Catholic Homeschool! Catholic CDs or under five bucks!

Matrix Scott Hahn. Read both "Rome Sweet Home" and "The Lamb's Supper" to get the reference-- I admit that I laughed when I read in "Rome Sweet Home" that Dr. Hahn thought that the Book of Revelation was just plain weird until he took his Bible to a Catholic Mass one day.

That is Scott Hahn, PhD Biblical Theology, a Presbyterian minister who translated Romans from the original Greek, & realized that Martin Luther ADDED the word ALONE. Read "ROME SWEET HOME," his shocking journey that lead him to reexamine everything.

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