Video Games: A Lesson on the Importance of Aesthetics
by Fr. Blake Britton . May 7, 2019 .
by Bishop Robert Barron . May 5, 2019 .
In today’s reading from Revelation, John is in the heavenly court and he sees angels, elders, and living creatures, countless in number, all standing around the throne and crying out in loud praise. This is a supreme liturgical act, an act of right praise. And whom are they worshiping? Not…
Feast of the Dedication of St. John Lateran Basilica
by Fr. Steve Grunow . November 9, 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 Mission of the Prophet
by Bishop Robert Barron . July 8, 2018 .
This week's Scriptures illuminate the identity and mission of a prophet—a calling that belongs to all the baptized by virtue of our Baptism. God appoints the prophets to a specific mission. This mission is to speak God's word of truth. God's word of truth is not a private or personal opinion, but the Word of God communicated through human words. The prophet speaks God's word of truth to those within and those outside the Church. Prophets do not seek to proclaim a message that is easy to be accepted, but seek to speak God's word of truth, no matter how hard it might be to hear and accept. Christ is the paradigmatic example of the identity and mission of the prophet.