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Following the Star

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 3, 2016 .

Our modern culture suggests a tension between spirituality and religion. But the Magi in today's Gospel demonstrate that when spirituality is lifted up by revelation - when the Magi are told by the religious leaders where the Messiah is to be born - that we find the object of our spiritual longing.

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All That is Visible and Invisible

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 29, 2015 .

Anthony Doerr’s “All the Light We Cannot See”, which won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize, is one of the most beautiful and finely-crafted novels I have ever read. And it affirms a core religious truth, that both the visible and the invisible are real and that they wrap around one another in powerful ways.

My Body Pines For You

by Dr. Tom Neal . February 17, 2015 .

Dietrich von Hildebrand and Our Relativistic Age

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 2, 2014 .

Our postmodern world has produced a "Meh" culture which lacks objective truths and boundaries. The twentieth century philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand rejected this culture, so much so that he spoke out vigorously against objective evils like anti-Semitism, crude nationalism, and indifference to human dignity.

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