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Come to the Water!

by Bishop Robert Barron . August 2, 2020 .

Our first reading for this weekend is taken from the fifty-fifth chapter of the book of the prophet Isaiah. The “second” section of Isaiah dates from around the time of the return of Israel from captivity in Babylon, and hence it is filled with the language of hope and salvation.

Thrown by Love

by Dr. Tom Neal . July 17, 2020 .

Pentecost and the Fires in Our Cities

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 31, 2020 .

It is in a way providential that the Feast of Pentecost arrives this year just as our country is going through a convulsive social crisis. For the Holy Spirit, whose coming we celebrate on Pentecost, is a power meant to transform the world, or in the language of Psalm 104,…

Give a Reason for the Hope That Is in You

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 17, 2020 .

For this sixth Sunday of Easter, I would like to continue with the first letter of St. Peter, which is our second reading for this weekend. Peter says, “Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope.” In many ways, this is…

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