As a Church, we are called to bring the mercy of Christ to the world. But how can we become a more merciful people? Bishop Barron reflects on mercy during the "Mercy at the Cathedral" series on March 16, 2016 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, CA.
How does misunderstanding who God is, what God is and what God is not effect spurious arguments against God on line? How should a Christian read the Bible? What lessons can we get from violence in the Bible? Historically has the Catholic Church been friendly to and actually supported science from the beginning? How do we change the world?
Bishop-elect Robert Barron visited Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, Michigan to deliver a talk based on a chapter from his new book, “Exploring Catholic Theology: Essays on God, Liturgy, and Evangelization”. The title is “To See According to the Icon of Jesus Christ: Reflections on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition”.
How can the life and teaching of St. Augustine serve as a vehicle for evangelization today? Fr. Barron explains in the talk for the annual Veritas Address at St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richland, NJ. He delivered the talk on April 28, 2015.
Fr. Robert Barron's talk at the University of St. Thomas (MN) on April 13, 2015. The talk was sponsored by the Classical Theism Project, led by Dr. Gloria Frost and Dr. Timothy Pawl. It was a project of the Philosophy Department of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, generously funded by the John Templeton Foundation.
What is faith exactly? Does faith stand the test of scientific advancements? Where does philosophy fit into Catholic theology? What about morality? Fr. Robert Barron addressed these questions at Duke University's Goodson Chapel on March 19, 2015, in an event hosted by the Duke Catholic Center.
Fr. Barron speaking at Magnificat Day 2014 on “Luminous Images of Holiness.” This talk, delivered on All Saints’ Day, uses the beautiful windows in the new St. John Paul II Chapel at Mundelein Seminary to highlight the resplendence of holiness. Note: Fr. Barron’s lecture begins at 29:32 in the video above. …
@BishopBarron @FrSteveGrunow I have been watching your mass every day. I can’t tell you how much it means and how much it helps. I miss the mass and Eucharist so much. And Adoration. And confession. It literally hurts. I am so grateful to you. Thank you so much.
Helpful words from @BishopBarron: Tragedy, Contingency, and a Deeper Sense of God - Word on Fire https://www.wordonfire.org/resources/article/tragedy-contingency-and-a-deeper-sense-of-god/26995/?fbclid=IwAR1d6cXJIo_03jyu_5Mm_KixCZfi8o1RGJJoOAxDGXzW_hclYYH25dbgWl8
@BishopBarron @FrSteveGrunow A truly wonderful Mass, pared down to it's essentials. The homilies are insightful, on point and encouraging. Seems like a perfect Mass to share both with Protestants and non-believers alike. Thirty holy minutes to start our sheltered-in-place day.