Dr. Scott Hahn introduces us anew to the Eternal Word o the New Testament, a word that is given to us not simply as a text in a book but as the living and real presence of the Lord Jesus himself.
Seven Sacraments, The
Marriage, Ordination and Anointing of the Sick. Each sacrament’s meaning is examined as well as its history, its form—past and present—and its impact on the life of those who receive it and those who administer it. Grun also suggests how the sacraments could be made more relevant to Christians in our times. Everyone can beneﬁt from reading this book: those about to receive any one of the sacraments will gain insight and inspiration; teachers, parish priests, and pastoral workers will ﬁnd their work enriched and made easier; and both married and celibate will discover elements to celebrate in their own and in others’ Way of life. As always, Grun combines ﬂashes of radicalism with deep understanding of Catholic tradition. His is a unique voice, and here he reclaims a vital subject from widespread ignorance and neglect.
Many are Called
Scott Hahn brings insight, wisdom and his own unique pastoral experience to this celebration of the priesthood in the Catholic Church. Give it to a priest you know, but get one for yourself too.
This book s a fascinating development of the relationship between the book of Revelation and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Scott Hahn handles a very complex subject in a very clear, logical, and scholarly manner and above all it is a highly readable and very much in tune with modern- day jargon and understanding... I have learned much in the reading