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Humility

God’s Humble Love

by Fr. Billy Swan . November 14, 2017 .

The Privilege of the Mission

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 24, 2017 .

Today's Gospel reading is one of the most confounding. Many people struggle with this parable about the landowner and the workers, but as the old saying goes, where you stumble, that's where you should dig for treasure.

Bishop Barron on Pride, Humility, and Social Media

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 18, 2017 .

A recent article reminds us that social media can be a breeding ground for the unique type of spiritual distortion and dislocation that we traditionally call pride. What made all the difference for her was the arrival of her baby, in all of his densely-textured reality—a reality that she could appropriate only through humility.

Pride, Humility, and Social Media

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 2, 2017 .

A recent article reminds us that social media can be a breeding ground for the unique type of spiritual distortion and dislocation that we traditionally call pride. What made all the difference for her was the arrival of her baby, in all of his densely-textured reality—a reality that she could appropriate only through humility.

A Great Light in the Darkness

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 22, 2017 .

This week's reading from the prophet Isaiah emphasizes God's tendency to bring the best from the worst situations, light from the darkness. Throughout the Bible we see wonderful things come from the most unexpected places, and this is reflected in our own lives as well. Very often our greatest goodness can come from the darkest places of our beings.

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