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Pray, Fast, Give Alms

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 21, 2021 .

Friends, Lent is a marvelous opportunity to deepen our lives of prayer, to temper our desires for food and drink, and to engage in a graced time of alms giving. Let’s use this season to get our bodies and our behavior patterns in order, to show our love and service…

Go Tell the Priests

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 14, 2021 .

Friends, today’s Gospel centers around Jesus’ healing of a leper. Although there aren’t many lepers around today, there are plenty of people that we treat as outsiders or pariahs. We should welcome them as Jesus does. Mass Readings Reading 1 –…

How to Evangelize

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 7, 2021 .

Friends, in this Sunday’s readings, St. Paul highlights the significance of evangelization. The Church, by its very nature, evangelizes, going out to the ends of the world with its good news. And woe to us if we fail to do this! Paul urges us to organize our lives around mission,…

A Prophet Greater than Moses

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 31, 2021 .

Moses is, without a doubt, the greatest figure in the Old Testament. He heard the voice of God from the burning bush; he was given the Ten Commandments; he was permitted to talk to God as to a friend. But Moses speaks of a prophet who is to come, who…

Accepting Our Mission from God

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 24, 2021 .

In today’s first reading, we find the story of Jonah, a narrative about the acceptance (or rejection) of God’s mission. We are all called to difficult things, and so most of us sinners, most of the time, do everything we can to avoid our mission. In Jonah’s case, it was…

God Raises Up His Prophets

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 17, 2021 .

With the whole Church around the world, we return to Ordinary Time. This week, we have a wonderful Old Testament reading from the first book of Samuel having to do with the call of the prophet Samuel, and Eli his mentor helping him discern the voice of God.

God Is Looking for Us

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 8, 2020 .

Our first reading for this weekend from the book of Wisdom might easily slip past or through your mind, but it shouldn’t. It articulates what is arguably the central principle of biblical revelation: what I would call the primacy of grace. As I have often said, the Bible…

The Meaning of All Saints Day

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 1, 2020 .

All Saints Day emphasizes the universality of the call to sanctity. If you isolate a given saint—Francis of Assisi, Thomas Aquinas—they can seem so far beyond us. But All Saints Day emphasizes not only canonized saints but also all the ordinary people, forgotten to history, who God has…

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