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The Woman at the Well

The Woman at the Well


Dr. Scott Hahn and Rob Corzine discuss the deeper meaning behind the story of the woman st the well.
The Jubilee

The Jubilee


Dr. Scott Hahn and Rob Corzine discuss what a Year of Jubilee is and how to apply it in family life.
Dr. Scott Hahn sits down with Dr. Ralph Martin to discuss the impact of an Emmaus Road Best Seller, "The Fulfillment of All Desire."
Catholics are taught to prize holiness, to admire it in others and to strive for it in their own lives. But we’re never quite told what holiness is. In Holy Is His Name: The Transforming Power of God’s Holiness in Scripture, Scott Hahn seeks to define the term in order to help us better understand our relationship with holiness.   Tracing the meaning of holiness first through the Old Testament and then the New, Hahn masterfully reveals how God gradually transmits his holiness to his people, through creation, right worship, and more, and ultimately transforms them through the sharing of his divine life.
As I Have Loved You

As I Have Loved You


Scott Hahn sits down with Fr. Timothy Vaverek to discuss his new book, As I Have Loved You: Rediscovering Our Salvation in Christ. His book focuses on encountering anew the scriptural and early Christian understanding of redemption as a nuptial bond rather than merely a juridical pardon of sin. Subscribe to The Road to Emmaus at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.     Learn More  Order Fr. Timothy Vaverek’s new book, As I Have Loved You: Rediscovering Our Salvation in Christ. Read more about metanoia in the reflection by Scott Hahn.  
Bibliophile Scott Hahn shares a few of the powerful titles being released by Emmaus Road Publishing and Emmaus Academic in the next three months, one of which he describes as the single greatest antidote to modernism. He also discusses some “groundbreaking” news at the St. Paul Center! Learn More  Order the recently translated two-volume book On Divine Revelation by Réginald Marie Garrigou-Lagrange, a French Catholic theologian and leading Thomist of the twentieth century.   Read about the St. Paul Center’s new headquarters and how you can help us expand our mission.
As Catholics, we must be trained to evangelize and catechize, and we must be 'sacramentalized', which means to partake in the sacraments. Mystagogy, a Greek term meaning “to be guided into the mysteries,” leads believers to a deeper understanding of the Liturgy of the Mass and its Scriptural and historical roots. In recent years Catholic theologians have recovered its value and have applied it to the new evangelization. Join Scott Hahn in this episode as he goes deeper into Mystagogy. For more on Catholic tradition, read this blog post. For a broader understanding of Catholicism, check out Scott's book, Signs of Life: 40 Catholic Customs and Their Biblical Roots.
Dr. Scott Hahn discusses the connection, respect, and brotherhood of these two powerhouse saints of the first century. Many picture them in disagreement and look to their opposition as a cause of the Protestant break-away, but as Dr. Hahn points out, this is the farthest thing from the truth! Otherwise, why would they SHARE a feast day?? Check out a Paul and Peter reflection by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI here 
Listen as Scott Hahn and guest Rob Corzine, discuss the role of typology in Scripture. Subscribe to The Road to Emmaus at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.    Learn More  Delve deeper into Typology, and check out this blog post by Scott Hahn. Scott Hahn's book Scripture Matters examines some of the difficulties people encounter in reading Scripture. Help kids discover biblical typology at an early age with Maura Roan McKeegan’s illustrated children’s book.
Listen as Scott Hahn explores Mary’s presence in the Upper Room at Pentecost. He touches on the unique relationship between Mary and the Holy Spirit.   Subscribe to The Road to Emmaus at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.     Learn More  Delve deeper into Pentecost, and check out this blog post by Scott Hahn. Maura Roan McKeegan's book helps young readers to see God’s plan of salvation unfold within the stories of the Tower of Babel and Pentecost. Discover the Blessed Virgin Mary and her role in God’s plan for the world. Watch our video study, The Bible and the Virgin Mary.
Purgatory is an often misunderstood teaching by both Protestants and Catholics alike.  Scott Hahn dives into the biblical roots of this Church teaching. Subscribe to The Road to Emmaus at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Learn More The Burning truth about purgatory by Curtis Martin   Answering Common Objections   Cross-Examined: Catholic Responses to the World’s Questions
Awake, Not Woke

Awake, Not Woke


Dr. Scott Hahn sits down with the author of Awake, Not Woke: A Christian Response to the Cult of Progressive Ideology, Noelle Mering, to discuss the Woke Culture and how a Christian can begin to interpret our ever-changing culture and thrive in our world today. Another text to navigate the current events of the world is one that we published with Emmaus Road Publishing called, Calming the Storm, by Fr. Gerald Murray with Diane Montagna and this excellent resource can be found here:
Hail, Holy Queen

Hail, Holy Queen


How did Scott Hahn come to accept Mary as the Mother of God? He shares how the Bible led him to understand and embrace Mary.   Learn More Want to go deeper? Get Scott Hahn’s book Hail, Holy Queen: The Mother of God in the Word of God. Transform your relationship with Mary with our most popular video Bible study, The Bible and the Virgin Mary. Mary is God’s masterwork. Learn more in this blog by Tim Gray.
The Church Fathers saw that the Bible was all about the liturgy and the liturgy was the home of the Bible. Scott Hahn and Mike Aquilina discuss on this episode. Learn More Want to learn more? Get your copy of Mike Aquilina’s How the Fathers Read the Bible: Scripture, Liturgy, and the Early Church. There would be no Scriptures without the Church. Read more in this blog. Why is the Liturgy of the Word important? Read more in this blog. 
The Eucharist is the very center of our faith. Scott Hahn explains how the Eucharist is both a sacrifice and a sacrament. Learn More Want to learn more about the source and summit of our faith? Read Lawrence Feingold’s comprehensive The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion. The Eucharist has a special healing and salvific power. Read more in this blog. Have you ever heard of the prophecy of Malachi concerning the Eucharist? Learn more in Mike Aquilina’s The Eucharist Foretold: The Lost Prophecy of Malachi.  
The Pope as Holy Father

The Pope as Holy Father


Why do we have a pope? Scott Hahn shows how Jesus intends the Church to be a part of His family, with the pope, starting with Peter, as the head—which is why we call him our Holy Father.   Learn More How should we respond to flaws in the Church leadership? Fr. Gerald Murray and Diane Montagna address this and more in Calming the Storm. In A Church in Crisis, Ralph Martin offers a detailed look at the increasing hostility toward the Church and its teaching. When do we have to obey the pope? Read more in this blog.
Discover what the Church teaches about saints and the souls in purgatory on this episode, and what it means for us on earth. Learn More Go deeper into the Scriptures and the Mass with John Bergsma’s The Word of the Lord: Reflections on the Sunday Mass Readings for Year C. What does the Church teach about purgatory? Read more in this blog by Curtis Martin. Introduce children to heavenly friends both old and new in Saints Around the World. 
Learn More Priests can root their priesthood in the Scriptures and the Eucharist at the St. Paul Center’s three annual Priest Conferences. John Bergsma’s The Word of the Lord series offers reflections on the Sunday Mass readings for both priests and laity alike.  Why do we call priests “father”? Learn more in this blog.
The Unpardonable Sin

The Unpardonable Sin


Learn More Discover the deeper meaning of many more Scripture passages and go deeper into the Mass with John Bergsma’s The Word of the Lord: Reflections on the Sunday Mass Readings for Year C. Place your trust in God’s mercy with Jesus I Trust in You: A 30-Day Personal Retreat with the Litany of Trust. Scott Hahn and Ralph Martin discuss how the Holy Spirit wants to renew the Church in this episode of The Road to Emmaus.
The only thing Scripture critics aren’t critical of is their own skepticism. But in this interview, Scott Hahn reveals the hidden flaws and agendas behind the pseudo-scientific approach to the Bible that has caused a devastating loss of faith not only in Scripture but in the Church, the Mass, and the Eucharist.   Learn More Learn how to answer the most common objections and misconceptions on Scripture in The Decline and Fall of Sacred Scripture: How the Bible Became a Secular Book. Find out exactly what the Church teaches about Scripture in Scott Hahn’s talk, “Can You Trust the Bible?” A defense of believing in the Bible: why the Church teaches the Bible is inerrant. Read more.
Comments (6)

Jenn Ross

huge fan of this podcast

Jun 9th

Flor Galdamez

Thanks firstly, I have learned so much. I have listened to it about 4 times and learned more every time. It makes me Love my Catholic church more and thirsty for more. Thanks

Mar 2nd

Eric Endres

I love everything Scott Hahn puts out, and this topic was particularly inspiring, but the audio quality makes it almost more difficult to listen to than it's worth. The guest's audio was fine, but I spent so much time adjusting the volume up and down and rewinding just to hear what Dr. Hahn had to say. Please fix this issue to reach even more people!

Sep 30th

Max Johnson

Interesting take on John the Baptist and Qumran. Very interessting.

Jun 30th

Tim Gundlach

As a recent convert, i strongly appreciate "The Road to Emmaus". It has been so helpful to me.

Oct 31st
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