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Knowing Who We Are; Knowing What We Are Supposed to Do

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 11, 2016 .

This fall I am giving presentations to all of the high school teachers, staff and administrators in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. This year, the theme is morality. Lucky me! What I’m telling the Catholic high school teachers of L.A. is what I want to tell all Catholics: you won’t know how to behave until you know who you are. And you won’t know who you are until you realize what play you’re in!

Love, Tolerance, and the Making of Distinctions

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 16, 2015 .

The ethical conversation has become, in the last fifty years, extraordinarily roiled. The problem is the incapacity to make the right distinctions between concepts such as love and hate, tolerance and intolerance.