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Jan 22, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & New

History Redeemed: Scott Hahn on the 3rd Sunday Today’s Liturgy gives us a lesson in ancient Israelite geography and history. Isaiah’s prophecy in today’s First Reading is quoted by Matthew in today’s Gospel. Both intend to recall the apparent fall of the everlasting kingdom promised to David (see 2 Samuel…
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January 21, 2023
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Jan 15, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & New

Perfect Offering: Scott Hahn Reflects on the 2nd Sunday Jesus speaks through the prophet Isaiah in today’s First Reading. He tells us of the mission given to Him by the Father from the womb: “‘You are My servant,’ He said to Me.” Servant and Son, our Lord was sent to lead…
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January 16, 2023
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Maria Vision, Our Lady of Guadalupe

People in Mexico and in the United States celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12th. Mary is the Patron Saint of Mexico and Patroness of the Americas. The day commemorates her apparition to Saint Juan Diego in the hills of Tepeyac in 1531. She asked him…
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January 9, 2023
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Jan 8, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & New

A King to Behold: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Feast of the Epiphany An “epiphany” is an appearance. In today’s readings, with their rising stars, splendorous lights, and mysteries revealed, the face of the Child born on Christmas day appears. Herod, in today’s Gospel, asks the chief priests and scribes…
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January 4, 2023
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Jan 1, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & New

Saving Family: Scott Hahn on the Feast of the Holy Family Underlying the wisdom offered in today’s Liturgy is the mystery of the family in God’s divine plan. The Lord has set father in honor over his children and mother in authority over her sons, we hear in today’s First…
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January 1, 2023
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Christmas 2022 | Seton Bulletin & New

New Song: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Nativity of the Lord The Church’s Liturgy rings in Christmas with a joyful noise. We hear today of uplifted voices, trumpets and horns, and melodies of praise. In the First Reading, Isaiah fortells Israel’s liberation from captivity and exile in Babylon. He envisions…
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December 28, 2022
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Dec 18, 2022 | Seton Bulletin & New

God Is with Us: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fourth Sunday of Advent The mystery kept secret for long ages, promised through His prophets in the holy Scriptures, is today revealed (see Romans 16:25–26). This is the “Gospel of God” that Paul celebrates in today’s Epistle—the good news that “God…
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December 16, 2022
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Dec 11, 2022 | Seton Bulletin & New

Here is Your God: Scott Hahn on the 3rd Sunday of Advent John questions Jesus from prison in today’s Gospel—for his disciples’ sake and for ours. He knows that Jesus is doing “the works of the Messiah,” foretold in today’s First Reading and Psalm. But John wants his disciples—and us—to…
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December 8, 2022
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Dec 4, 2022 | Seton Bulletin & New

Kingdom Come: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Second Sunday in Advent “The kingdom of heaven is at hand,” John proclaims. And the Liturgy today paints us a vivid portrait of our new king and the shape of the kingdom He has come to bring. The Lord whom John prepares the…
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December 5, 2022