How to Live a Meaningful Life
by Bishop Robert Barron . September 30, 2021 .
Friends, I had the great good fortune of sitting down for a conversation with Jordan Peterson, Jonathan Pageau, and John Vervaeke about the crisis of meaning, especially among young people. As a society, we’re losing a sense of and orientation toward objective value. We need great Catholic scholars who reverence…
With Angels and the Company of Heaven, We Are Never Alone
by Mark Galli . September 29, 2021 .
How to Fall in Love
by Bishop Robert Barron . October 3, 2021 .
Friends, our readings this weekend have to do with biblical anthropology—or who we are in the presence of God—and the Christian understanding of marriage. A basic intuition of the Bible is that we begin, not with the individual, but with community. And marriage is the most beautiful and intense form…
“Evangelization Is Colonialism”: Are We Sure About That?
by Thomas J. Salerno . September 22, 2021 .
We Just Don’t Get It
by Bishop Robert Barron . September 26, 2021 .
Friends, let us rejoice whenever the grace of God is on display. The point of the sacraments is so that God’s grace may flood the world, but the Lord can operate outside of our formal structures. He desires these gifts for us, but as the creator of them, he is…