Karl Schultz, Thomas Sullivan, John Martignoni
You know the chapter. It's the one for which most parishes select the abbreviated version when it comes around for the Sunday reading. It's the one that contains the words "Wives be submissive to your husbands."
It is Ephesians 5. What was St. Paul really saying through those words? What point is he making in the chapter itself? And how does this passage, rightly understood, give us insight about what real men - and real women - are really all about?