Father Barron and Word on Fire were featured in Crain's Chicago Business online magazine this week.
According to their website, "ChicagoBusiness.com is a portal that offers daily local business news, plus links to public records and hundreds of local and national business-oriented sites. As a result, it reaches a large business audience-thousands of established and up-and-coming executives visit ChicagoBusiness.com every day looking for the information they need to do business in Chicago."
Crain's Chicago Business article
Father Barron will join host Colleen Carroll Campbell on her show, Faith & Culture
, on Sunday, September 26 at 10:30 am Eastern/9:30 Central and Wednesday, September 29 at 11 pm Eastern/10 pm Central.
Journalist Colleen Carroll Campbell travels to cities across America to discuss today’s most pressing social and political issues with leading authors, artists, activists, and public intellectuals. Faith & Culture
helps viewers move beyond the day’s headlines, consider contentious debates from a Christian perspective, and learn to explain and defend Christian principles in the public square.
Father Barron will join Ms. Campbell to speak on the topic, "Beige Christianity and Bold Evangelization
Be sure to tune in, and tell your friends!
To check your local EWTN listings, please click here
After one more day of filming in Chicago, the footage for the CATHOLICISM
series will be complete! Father Barron and the team are in the final stages of editing and compiling each episode and formulating a comprehensive study program (as well as a multitude of other offerings) to accompany the 10-part series. The entire series, as well as the supplemental materials, will be available in the Fall of 2011.
Stay tuned for more news on this epic cinematic and spiritual experience, including news about national and international programming on mainstream television networks!...
With the recent release of The Power, the sequel to Rhonda Byrne's bestseller, The Secret, Ellyn von Huben picks up her own copy of the original bookshelf phenomenon and offers her commentary on its "classified" self-help claims.
I will reveal my secret upfront. While shopping at our town’s abundant library used book sale, I decided to buy a copy of The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. Having just read the review of The Secret’s sequel - The Power - by Kelefa Sanneh in the September 13 issue of the New Yorker and having a few thoughts of my own on the subject, I decided that I shouldn’t make any pronouncements on the topic if I hadn’t actually read the book...
Today is the Feast Day of Matthew, apostle and evangelist. In Father Barron's series entitled, Conversion
, he speaks of the calling of Matthew and the constant invitation to conversion, expounding upon the beautiful depiction of this scene by the 16th century painter, Caravaggio. Listen to an audio excerpt of this talk on today's post.