The Strange Doctrine of the Trinity
by Bishop Robert Barron . June 3, 2020 .
Today we come to the wonderful Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. The Trinity: the strangest and most distinctive of all of the doctrines of Christianity; the preacher’s nightmare; the ultimate Rubik’s cube of theology. The Trinity has been characterized in a number of ways—some good, some bad—and we invoke…
The Domestic Church Thrives When the Tools Are Used
by Haley Stewart . June 3, 2020 .
Blessed Are You: A Virtual Graduation Address to the Class of ’20
by Fr. Damian Ference . June 2, 2020 .
Pentecost and the Fires in Our Cities
by Bishop Robert Barron . May 31, 2020 .
It is in a way providential that the Feast of Pentecost arrives this year just as our country is going through a convulsive social crisis. For the Holy Spirit, whose coming we celebrate on Pentecost, is a power meant to transform the world, or in the language of Psalm 104,…
Bishop Barron on Netflix’s “Unorthodox” and the Modern Myth of Origins
by Bishop Robert Barron . May 28, 2020 .
In my newest video commentary, I talk about “Unorthodox,” a mini-series that debuted on Netflix a few weeks ago. It’s an admittedly compelling and well-acted drama, but more than a little problematic.