The Road to Emmaus

The Road to Emmaus

About The Road to Emmaus

Introducing The Road to Emmaus, a new St. Paul Center podcast hosted by Dr. Scott Hahn.

As an author, speaker, and scholar, Scott Hahn has spent decades teaching Catholics how to read the Bible from the heart of the Church. Now, he’s bringing many of his most popular talks to listeners everywhere on The Road to Emmaus podcast.

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Recent Episodes

The Precious Gems of the Faith

Scott Hahn shares how he was found by God when he wasn’t looking for God himself. It was in large part the example of his father, a skilled jeweler, that prepared Dr. Hahn to receive the precious gems of the faith. On today’s episode of The Road to Emmaus, he shares how his father influenced the way he came to the truth and the way he continues to share it with others.  
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Mary and the Upper Room 

In addition to the Apostles, who were the others gathered in the Upper Room at Pentecost? Out of the 120 people gathered in wait, Mary is unique—she alone has already been visited by the Holy Spirit. In fact, she has the special honor of being named the Spouse of the Spirit. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn considers Mary’s role in the Upper Room at Pentecost.
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Encountering the Risen Christ in Scripture and the Eucharist

What is the role of Scripture in the Church? What is its place in the Mass? On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn and Fr. John Riccardo, executive director of Acts XXIX, share the central role that Scripture has played in their lives, especially during quarantine. Discover how we’re called to encounter Jesus both in Scripture and the Eucharist, and be transformed.  
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Behold Your Mother 

One of the biggest obstacles for many to the Catholic Church is Mary. Our focus on Mary as the Mother of God seems to take away focus from Jesus. But really our devotion to Mary brings us closer to Christ. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Kimberly Hahn shares how she came to embrace Mary as Mother.  
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What Difference Does the Resurrection Make?

Why did Our Lord rise from the dead? Was it simply to prove that He was God? Or was there deeper significance? The truth is, the Resurrection is the Gospel. It’s the heart and soul of our salvation. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn unpacks this important truth.
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The Third Day: Symbol or Fact?

The Resurrection of Our Lord is such an incredible event that people have repeatedly tried to explain it away. Even Catholic scholars have tried to argue that the Resurrection is merely symbolic. On today’s episode, Scott Hahn shows how the third day is both highly symbolic and historical.  
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The Bodily Resurrection of Christ

How do we answer the common arguments against the Resurrection—the so-called swoon theory, hallucination theory, and more? On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shows how the natural explanations for the Resurrection fall short, and what we really mean by the bodily Resurrection of Christ. 
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Coronavirus, Death, and Resurrection

Celebrating Easter under quarantine was undoubtedly a strange experience for many Catholics. As our world struggles more sharply with suffering and death, it’s nearly impossible to take hope in the Resurrection. Yet that is what Christ calls us to do. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn reminds us that because of Christ’s Resurrection, death is not the end.
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The Paschal Triduum

What is the Paschal Triduum? On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn explores the reason why we recall the passion, crucifixion, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus during the final days of Holy Week, beginning with the evening liturgy on Holy Thursday and culminating upon the Easter Vigil. 
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Out of Eden

Were Adam and Eve meant to live in the Garden of Eden forever? Scott Hahn makes the argument that our original parents were meant for Heaven, not Eden. But how could they be saved from the serpent? Learn more in this final installment of our series on damnation history.  
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