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Stop Being a Chicken: Bishop Barron on the Realities of Baptism

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 25, 2020 .

Friends, the sacrament of Baptism is objective: the visible sign of invisible incorporation into the Mystical Body of Jesus. Every baptized person is, objectively speaking, a child of God, divinized, and destined to be a great saint. Therefore, we must not follow the prompts of worldly power or success. Running…

You’re Meant to Be an Eagle, Not a Chicken: A Reflection on Baptism

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 8, 2020 .

When I was doing full-time parish ministry, one of my favorite activities was performing Baptisms. I put the word in the plural, for I hardly ever baptized one baby at a time, but usually ten or a dozen. Typically, the quite large group of family and friends would gather in…

Estás destinado a ser un águila, no una gallina: Una reflexión sobre el Bautismo

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 8, 2020 .

Cuando ejercía a tiempo completo el ministerio parroquial, una de mis actividades favoritas era hacer bautismos. Puse “bautismos” en plural, porque casi nunca bautizaba a un solo bebé a la vez, pero normalmente eran diez o una docena. Típicamente, el grupo bastante grande de familiares y amigos se reunía en…

Israel Is Chosen for the World

by Bishop Robert Barron . August 16, 2020 .

One of the most distinctive (and scandalous) qualities of ancient Israelite religion is the insistence that Israel is the specially chosen people of God. Now, especially today, we have a problem with this sort of language; we much prefer the attitude of inclusivity. Well, this tension is not just a…

“1917” and Remembering Who We Are

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 14, 2020 .

I saw the film 1917 on the vigil of the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, and I think there’s a connection between the movie and the liturgical celebration. Bear with me. First, as everyone who has seen it remarks, the editing and cinematography of 1917 are so astounding…

“1917” y recordando quiénes somos

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 14, 2020 .

Vi la película 1917 la vigilia de la fiesta del Bautismo del Señor, y creo que hay una conexión entre la película y la celebración litúrgica. Tengan paciencia. En primer lugar, como comentan todos los que lo han visto, el montaje y la cinematografía de 1917 son tan sorprendentes que…

Vitae Spiritualis Ianua

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 12, 2020 .

The first sacrament one can receive in the Church, Baptism, defines our relationship with Christ. In it, we are reborn as part of his Mystical Body and gifted with the grace of God’s love. Baptism lays the foundation for every other sacrament we are to receive and inextricably links us with the Trinity.

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