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Kingdom of God

God Comes to Reign

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 17, 2019 .

I am sure that every religious person, every believer in God, at some point wonders, “Why doesn’t God just straighten everything out?” Why doesn’t the all-powerful and all-loving Creator of the universe simply deal with the injustice, suffering, violence, and sin that so bedevil his world? Well, we can hear…

Dios viene a reinar

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 17, 2019 .

Estoy seguro de que cada persona religiosa, cada creyente en Dios, en algún momento se pregunta: “¿Por qué Dios no arregla todo?”. ¿Por qué el Creador del universo, todopoderoso y amoroso, no se encarga de la injusticia, el sufrimiento, la violencia y el pecado que tanto afligen a su mundo?…

The Messiah’s Work

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 8, 2019 .

Last week, I spoke of preparing for the coming of the Lord using the great image from the second chapter of Isaiah: the Lord’s holy mountain. How do we make this mountain the highest mountain? On this second Sunday of Advent, I want to follow the Church as she invites…

March in the Army of the True King

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 24, 2019 .

It is extraordinarily significant that the liturgical year ends with the feast of Christ the King. For this great fact—that Jesus Christ is the king of the world—is indeed the culmination of the biblical revelation. It is, in a very real sense, the point of the whole story the Bible…

Martha, Mary, and the Attitude of Discipleship

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 21, 2019 .

Although the little story of Martha and Mary has been interpreted throughout the centuries as a parable dealing with the “active” and “contemplative” approach to the spiritual life, it can be read as Christ's invitation to all people to partake in his inner circle of discipleship. Christ overturned the social conventions of his time by summoning all people to discipleship. Thus, we must remove all barriers to discipleship for all people.

The New Jerusalem

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 19, 2019 .

The second reading for this Sunday, taken from the twenty-first chapter of the Book of Revelation, completes the Biblical story. The Bible tells us that the world will be transformed into a new heaven and a new earth through the One who "makes all things new."

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