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…
Why Vatican II Still Gets “No Respect” More Than 50 Years On
by Robert Mixa . March 1, 2021 .
A Dose of Glory: Lauryn Hill’s “Miseducation” Goes Diamond
by Andrew Petiprin . February 26, 2021 .
Hints of the Transcendent in the Science Fiction of Ray Bradbury
by Thomas J. Salerno . February 25, 2021 .
The Ordering of Love and the Awful Story of Abraham and Isaac
by Bishop Robert Barron . February 28, 2021 .
Friends, if the intention of an author is to convince people to read and think about what he’s written, the author of Sunday’s first reading has done his job well. We hear the deeply troubling story of Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his own son, Isaac. How do we reconcile God’s…
Chesterton’s “Orthodoxy”: A New Translation Helps to Better Understand a Classic
by Brandon Vogt . February 24, 2021 .
Evangelizing is Priority One: Bishop Barron Speaks to Catholic Educators
by Bishop Robert Barron . February 23, 2021 .
Friends, I recently spoke to the Catholic educators of the Archdiocese of Vancouver on the importance of sharing the Gospel. We must convey the distinctiveness and demand of Christianity. We must proclaim the resurrection and lordship of Jesus. We must be evangelizers!…
“Lost in Thought” and “The Dig”: Let the Cult of the Amateur Arise!
by Andrew Petiprin . February 19, 2021 .