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**Special Episode with Kimberly Hahn** Walking with Jesus and Mary

**Special Episode with Kimberly Hahn** Walking with Jesus and Mary

March 26, 2020

What does it mean to walk in the footsteps of both Jesus and Mary? On this special episode for the Feast of the Annunciation, Kimberly Hahn reflects on Mary’s motherhood. Consider all the ways Mary works in our lives today by meditating on her life with Christ.  

**Bonus Episode** The Rosary of St. Joseph

**Bonus Episode** The Rosary of St. Joseph

March 21, 2020

No one was more devoted to Jesus than St. Joseph and Mary. And no one was more devoted to Mary and St. Joseph than Jesus. Meditating on the head of the Holy Family draws us ever closer to the Son. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shares a personal devotion to St. Joseph, patron of the universal Church and of a happy death.

The Real Story Behind the Golden Calf

The Real Story Behind the Golden Calf

March 21, 2020

False gods continue to sneak in the back door throughout the Old Testament. The Israelites continue to forfeit their relationship as children of Yahweh and choose to be slaves of Baal, or Satan under the guise of an Egyptian god. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn explains how God repeatedly saves His people from making themselves slaves of the devil. 

What You Never Knew about Noah’s Ark

What You Never Knew about Noah’s Ark

March 12, 2020

The story of Noah’s Ark is arguably one of the most famous stories from Scripture. Yet how much do we really know about the flood? Did you know that the Ark is a foreshadowing of the Church? That the flood is a type for Baptism? Learn more on this episode of The Road to Emmaus. 

Difficult Questions in the Old Testament

Difficult Questions in the Old Testament

March 6, 2020

Why does God act so harshly in the Old Testament? Where is the merciful God we know from the New Testament? He’s still found in Genesis, but His mercy is harder for us to understand. On this episode, Scott Hahn shows how God never abandoned His people to sin and continued to draw them ever closer to Himself.  

The Biblical Basis for Lent

The Biblical Basis for Lent

February 28, 2020

There’s a deep meaning behind the 40 days of Lent. The number 40 has a long biblical background, from Genesis to Jesus’ 40 days and nights in the desert. On this special Ash Wednesday episode, Scott Hahn and Rob Corzine give both the biblical significance of this season of penance and some practical advice for Lent. 

The Mark of Cain

The Mark of Cain

February 20, 2020

We move from the original sin of Adam and Eve to the story of Cain and Abel. Cain is marked for his deplorable sin—but what was the mark of Cain? On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn suggests that Cain marked himself by giving himself over to the devil and envious malice.  

Sex and the Original Sin

Sex and the Original Sin

February 14, 2020

Have you ever wondered about the first sin ever committed? While theologians can speculate, ultimately, Adam and Eve failed in their marriage vows. Their disobedience permanently affected the relationship between men and women—but on this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn offers a hopeful reminder that marriage is still a source of great grace.  

The Seventh Day

The Seventh Day

February 5, 2020

What does the creation story tell us about our relationship with God? Learn the symbolism of the seven days, the five realms and their rulers, and the darkness and light. On this second part of our series on damnation, Scott Hahn breaks down God’s covenant with our first parents. 

The Problem of Sin

The Problem of Sin

February 5, 2020

What is sin? This episode of The Road to Emmaus begins an eight-part series on the history of damnation—but we can’t address damnation without also looking at salvation. We’ll start by looking at why sin makes us miss the mark, but how God’s grace is ultimately always available to us.  

Five Speeches that Changed the World: An Overview of the Gospel of Matthew

Five Speeches that Changed the World: An Overview of the Gospel of Matthew

January 23, 2020

Do you know the “five speeches that changed the world”? Matthew recorded five discourses in his Gospel, including the famous Sermon on the Mount. For good reason, they’ve been called the five speeches that changed the world. Learn more on this episode of The Road to Emmaus.  

The Indissolubility of Marriage

The Indissolubility of Marriage

January 17, 2020

The Catholic Church is the one institution in history that upholds the indissolubility of marriage. Where does this teaching come from? What does it mean for today’s Catholics facing attacks on marriage from every side? Learn the biblical basis for this teaching and why it’s so important for the Church and the world.  

Love Unveiled

Love Unveiled

January 9, 2020

There’s no better witness to the Gospel than living it out joyfully, especially in our own families. God particularly uses family to reflect the Divine Family and His Fatherly love for us. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shares practical tips for living out the Gospel in our marriages and families.  

The Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God

The Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God

January 2, 2020

Did you know that on January 1 we actually celebrate three feast days in one? In addition to the well-known Feast of Mary, Mother of God, the Church also commemorates the Feast of the Circumcision of Jesus and the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn explores how these three feasts capture the heart of the Gospel. 

Christmas with Kimberly Hahn

Christmas with Kimberly Hahn

December 27, 2019

Join Kimberly Hahn for a special Christmas episode of The Road to Emmaus! Celebrate the Incarnation with reflections on family traditions, the Holy Family, Nativity scenes, and how to enter more deeply into the Christmas season. 

Counting Your Blessings

Counting Your Blessings

December 19, 2019

It’s often easier to preach the faith than it is to live it—it’s easier to share the Gospel with strangers than to live it in our families. But we need strong men and women who will step up to the challenge. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn shares practical tips on being leaders in the faith, especially for our own families.  

Consecrating Our Families to Christ

Consecrating Our Families to Christ

December 12, 2019

Jesus tells us in John 6 to “be not afraid.” This saying is difficult to accept when there seems to be so much to fear in raising a family in today’s world. But Jesus is King of Kings and Lord of Lords, and we should have confidence that His word can be trusted. On this episode, learn how we can place our trust in the Sacred Heart and consecrate our families to Christ. 

The Coming of Advent

The Coming of Advent

December 5, 2019

We tend to glamorize the Nativity by portraying the manger scene with a rosy glow, but contemplating what the Holy Family faced in order to keep the Christ Child safe helps us remember how incredible Christmas truly is. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn suggests taking a new look at Christmas in order to enter into Advent more deeply.  

How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Four

How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Four

November 28, 2019

Why can’t non-Catholics receive the Eucharist? Why do we call priests “father”? Why do we offer Masses and other prayers for the dead? On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn answers these and other common questions on the Mass. Whether you have some of these questions yourself or you want to better answer your non-Catholic friends, listen now to learn more.  

How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Three

How to Get the Most Out of the Mass: Part Three

November 20, 2019

Why did Jesus choose to institute the Eucharist under both bread and wine? At the Last Supper, Jesus was preparing the Apostles for His death. By instituting the Eucharist under a separation of bread and wine, He was signifying the separation of His Body and Blood on the Cross. Learn more about the connection between the Last Supper and Good Friday and what it says about the Eucharist.