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Eucharist

The Mystery of the Mass

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 29, 2018 .

The sixth chapter of John’s Gospel, from which we will be reading these next several weeks, is a sustained meditation on the meaning of the Mass and the Eucharist. Our passage for today, when read symbolically, illumines the major movements of the Mass.

“The Mass”: Live Q&A with Bishop Robert Barron

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 28, 2018 .

I recently hosted a live Q&A on Facebook, answering questions from people about the Mass. Learn more about our new film series, "The Mass," by visiting http://mass.wordonfire.org.

Vista Previa de la Serie “La Misa”

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 12, 2018 .

La Misa es un gran llamado y respuesta entre Cristo como cabeza y su cuerpo místico. La Iglesia es una comunidad que ha sido llamada salir del mundo. A salir del reino del pecado, del odio, y de la violencia, para entrar en un mundo nuevo, el cuerpo místico de Jesús, donde reinan el amor, el perdón y la no violencia. Hemos sido transfigurados al estar en el monte santo, escuchando la palabra de Cristo, respondiendo con formándos en su cuerpo místico. El cristianismo no es en essencia una filosofía, no es un sistema moral, ni una forma de sociología o una ideología. Es una relación con Jesús. Podemos relacionarnos con El Señor de muchas formas, aunque ninguna es más intensa y priviligiada que La Misa.

The Ultimate Blood Sacrifice

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 3, 2018 .

To truly understand what Jesus did at the climax of his life—and what the Catholic Church does at every Mass—we must understand the importance of blood sacrifice to Judaism in Jesus’ time. Everything that Moses did at Mt. Sinai, and all that was done for a thousand years in the temple, was summed up by Christ’s ultimate blood sacrifice on the Cross, offered for the reconciliation of God and humanity. And this ultimate lifeblood of God, sprinkled by Christ the high priest once for all, is what the Mass re-presents and makes sacramentally present to us.

Bishop Barron on Women in the Church

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 5, 2018 .

America magazine recently published a fascinating survey regarding the attitudes of women in the Church. They were kind enough to publish a few of my reactions to the study, but I would like, in this video, to offer a fuller response to their findings.

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