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Creation

Why the Sciences Will Never Disprove the Existence of God

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 1, 2012 .

Another article from Fr. Barron and Word on Fire commenting on subjects from modern day culture.

Life in the Church

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 15, 2012 .

The resurrected Jesus appears to his disciples, fearful they were to be targeted next, to deliver a message of peace with a mission. This is the mission of the Church, to proceed in spreading the news about Christ imbued with the life-affirming, sin-forgiving power of the Holy Spirit. It's a mission that will connect us to God.

Jesus Among the Angels and Beasts

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 26, 2012 .

Lent begins with a passage about Noah and flood. It's representative of not only sin, but of God's good grace. It's also a fitting entree into Jesus' journey into the desert, also symbolic of sin, and how his presence there infuses a forgotten, desolate place with life and goodness. When we are racked with sin, it is Christ who can infuse us with life and goodness.

Herod and the Magi

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 8, 2012 .

Herod sees all from the confines of his ego, trying to make the world conform to his plans. The Magi look outside of themselves, looking for an order that they will conform to. By focusing their attention away from themselves, they are spiritually liberated to follow the star of Bethlehem. This is the liberation that Christ grants us. He allows us to escape the jail cell of our egos to join the liberating current of his love, leading us closer to eternal life.

In the Beginning was the Word

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 25, 2011 .

The Prologue of the Gospel of John sums up the whole of the Christian message. It tells the story of a re-creation through the Word made flesh. All will be restored to union with the Godhead. This is the good news Christians continue to proclaim.

Christmas and the Prologue of John

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 21, 2011 .

Another video from Fr. Barron and Word on Fire commenting on subjects from modern day culture.

St. John’s Christmas Sermon

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 21, 2011 .

Another article from Fr. Barron and Word on Fire commenting on subjects from modern day culture.

Adam, David, and Jesus

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 18, 2011 .

Adam had a kingly mission. However, he became a bad king. David was meant to restore kingship to its proper form. However, he failed too. But Christ, the Lord, is the King who sets everything aright and restores creation. His kingdom rivals all others.

The Great Spiritual Law

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 13, 2011 .

The great spiritual law is the law of the gift. Although counter-intuitive, it is the way of the Spirit. Giving your life away for love increases life within you. You partake in the flow of the divine life. Hence, happiness is found in loving acts.

“Reduction to a Singleton” and the Sovereignty of Choice

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 15, 2011 .

n my capacity as theologian, teacher, and culture commentator, I’ve been reading articles on ethical matters for years and have grown relatively inured to the expression of even the most outrageous points of view. But a couple years ago, I came across a piece that was so shocking and so egregious that I was compelled, as I read it, to put the magazine down several times and just shake my head in disbelief. It was an article in the New York Times Sunday Magazine called “The Two Minus One Pregnancy,” dealing with the phenomenon of “reducing” (love the Orwellian language) a pregnancy from two children to one.

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