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Should Suffering Shake Our Faith?

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 13, 2021 .

Premier Christian Radio in the UK just sponsored a survey that investigated how the COVID crisis has affected religious beliefs and attitudes. There were three major findings—namely, that 67% of those who characterize themselves as “religious” found their belief in God challenged, that almost a quarter of all those questioned…

¿Debe el sufrimiento sacudir nuestra fe?

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 13, 2021 .

La Radio Cristiana Premier del Reino Unido acaba de patrocinar una encuesta en la que se investiga cómo ha afectado la crisis del COVID a las creencias y actitudes religiosas. Hubo tres hallazgos principales: que el 67% de los que se caracterizan como “religiosos” vieron cuestionada su fe en Dios,…

We’re All Becoming Platonists Now—And That’s Not Good

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 16, 2021 .

One of the most fundamental divides in the history of philosophy is that between a more Platonic approach and a more Aristotelian approach. Plato, of course, saw the universal or formal level of being as more real, more noble, whereas Aristotle, while acknowledging the existence and importance of the abstract,…

Todos nos estamos convirtiendo en Platónicos ahora, y eso no es bueno

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 16, 2021 .

Una de las divisiones más fundamentales en la historia de la filosofía es la que existe entre un enfoque más platónico y un enfoque más aristotélico. Platón, por supuesto, veía el nivel universal o formal del ser como algo más real, más noble, mientras que Aristóteles, aunque reconocía la existencia…

The Evangelical Path of Word on Fire

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 2, 2021 .

I commenced my writing career, roughly twenty-five years ago, as a critic of liberal Catholicism, which I referred to, in one of the first articles I ever published, as “beige Catholicism.” By this designation, I meant a faith that had become culturally accommodating, hand-wringing, unsure of itself; a Church that…

El camino evangélico de Word on Fire

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 2, 2021 .

Comencé mi carrera como escritor, hace unos veinticinco años, como crítico del catolicismo liberal, al que me refería, en uno de los primeros artículos que publiqué, como “catolicismo beige”. Con esta designación, me refería a una fe que se había vuelto culturalmente complaciente e insegura de sí misma; una Iglesia…

“Wokeism” in France: The Chickens Coming Home to Roost

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 18, 2021 .

I will confess that one of the biggest laughs I’ve had in the last several months was occasioned by a recent article in The New York Times by Norimitsu Onishi. In this lengthy piece, the author tells us that the current political and cultural leadership in France, very much including…

“Wokeism” en Francia: los pollos vuelven a casa para dormir

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 18, 2021 .

Confesaré que una de las risas más grandes que he tenido en los últimos meses fue ocasionada por un reciente artículo en The New York Times de Norimitsu Onishi. En este largo artículo, el autor nos dice que el actual liderazgo político y cultural en Francia, incluido el presidente Emmanuel Macron,…

Why We Need a Distribution of Power

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 5, 2021 .

A crucially important feature of Catholic social teaching, but one frequently underemphasized or misunderstood, is a clear animus against the concentration of power within a society. This perilous agglomeration can happen economically, politically, or culturally. By a basic and healthy instinct, Catholic social teaching wants power, as much as possible,…

Por qué necesitamos una distribución del poder

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 5, 2021 .

Un rasgo crucial de la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia, pero frecuentemente subestimado o malinterpretado, es un claro animo contra la concentración del poder dentro de una sociedad. Esta peligrosa aglomeración puede ocurrir económica, política o culturalmente. Por un instinto básico y saludable, la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia quiere…

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