At the start of this new liturgical year, we hear Luke’s account of Jesus speaking about the end to all we believe to be permanent – the earth, the sky and order will all be disrupted. This isn’t meant to scare us, but to remind us of what is permanent, on what we can depend. Jesus is the link to this stability and truth, and in this realization we may find unending peace.
Look to the Son of Man
Cycle CAdventWeek 1
by Bishop Robert BarronDecember 2, 2012
- The Archer Misses The Mark: A Review of Taylor Swift’s “Lover”
- Evangelization, Catechesis, and the Art of Toddler Car Seat Negotiation
- Saint Luke, the Artist
- What Do You Do at Adoration?
- Persistence in Prayer
- “The Voice” and Hope
- John Henry Newman in Full
- Praying for Virtue
- Bishop Barron on the Canonization of St. John Henry Newman
- 10 Reasons to Read St. John Henry Newman’s “Loss and Gain”
- Bishop Barron’s Course on John Henry Newman Starts Next Week!
- Bishop Barron on St. John Henry Newman: Beyond the Left and the Right
- Jesus May Not “Need” Our Adoration, But He Asked for It
- The Path to Healing Is a Humble Path
- Boyagoda and the Need for More Imaginatives
- St. John Henry Newman