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The Year of Saint Paul

This past weekend Pope Benedict XVI inaugurated the Year of Saint Paul.  This section of our website will provide usefull information to help guide you through the year of Saint Paul.





Novena to Saint Paul                                                      

For nine days, say the following prayers:
Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be.

Antiphon: O St. Paul, the Apostle,
preacher of truth and Doctor of the Gentiles,
intercede for us
to God who chose you.

V. You are a vessel of election,
O Saint Paul, the Apostle.

R. Preacher of truth to the
whole world.

Prayer: O God, you have instructed
many nations through the preaching of the
blessed apostle Paul.  Let the power of his intercession
with you help us
who venerate his memory this day. Amen

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Gearing Up for the Pauline Year (Zenit)



Up Coming Conferences                                                               

The Institute for Applied Biblical Studies Conference 
At this conference you'll discover the Catholic roots of doctrines such as baptismal rebirth, redemptive suffering, and original sin. You'll also explore what Romans has to say on the relationship of faith and works, justification and sanctification, and the Davidic roots of Christ's kingdom on earth.

Fullness of Truth 
This summer, as the Church begins her year-long celebration of St. Paul the Apostle, the St. Paul Center will co-host the annual Fullness of Truth Conference in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas area.

Through a series of talks and panel discussions, they’ll help you discover just what made St. Paul such a unique and powerful witness to Christ. They’ll also explore how Paul’s preaching and teaching helped the early Church take shape, and how it impacts the way each of us lives the Catholic faith today.

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