The Spirit and the Bride Say, “Come”
by Bishop Robert Barron . June 2, 2019 .
On this seventh and final Sunday of the Easter season, I want to bring to a close my meditation on the extraordinary book of Revelation. With the disclosure of the heavenly Jerusalem, the Biblical narrative effectively comes to a close—and that’s true. But what we find today, in the very…
Video Games: A Lesson on the Importance of Aesthetics
by Fr. Blake Britton . May 7, 2019 .
The Irresistible Beauty That Draws Atheists to God
by Fredric Heidemann . September 5, 2018 .
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 Wise and Foolish Virgins
by Bishop Robert Barron . November 12, 2017 .
How do we wait? That is the question addressed by Jesus' parable for today. While we wait for the second coming of the Lord, we should keep our lamps stocked with oil, that is to say, we should pray, study, love, do the works of mercy, and keep vigil. In so doing, we are ready for the arrival of the Bridegroom.