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How Great Is Your Faith

by Bishop Robert Barron . August 17, 2014 .

The story of the persistent Canaanite woman has intrigued and puzzled Christians for two thousand years. Why would Jesus treat this pious woman with what seems like indifference, even hostility? Why does he refuse (it seems) to answer our own prayers? The solution can be found in the very Biblical category of testing.

Why Jesus is God: A Response to Bart Ehrman

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 15, 2014 .

Father Barron provides answers to a long line of recurring claims against the divinity of Christ and the truth of Christianity.

Treating Death as a Trifle

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 6, 2014 .

This week's Gospel tells the story of Lazarus and how Jesus raised him from the dead. In this story we learn that sin is a kind of death, and that Jesus is the resurrection and the life. Through Jesus, death is not the end.

Coming to See

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 30, 2014 .

This week's Gospel from John tells us the story of the man born blind. Jesus offers the blind man healing and the man accepts Jesus and is conformed to him.

March in the Army of the True King

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 24, 2013 .

It is extraordinarily significant that the liturgical year ends with the feast of Christ the King. The fact that Christ is the King is the culmination of the whole story the Bible tells from Genesis to Revelation.

Humility and the Healing Power of God

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 13, 2013 .

This week's reading from 2 Kings 5 contains some wonderful lessons on humility and obedience. We all suffer from some pestilence, whether it be physical, spiritual, or emotional, and we all seek healing. We need to find the humility to accept God's cure for our spiritual ailments, just like the general Naaman does when Elisha orders him to wash in the river Jordan to cure his leprosy.

The Wedding Banquet that Overflows with Wine

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 20, 2013 .

We begin Ordinary Time with the wedding at Cana, a rich, spiritual story with great implications for the Church. Both weddings and wine are consistently used symbols in scripture, and each is utilized to a powerful degree to explain the Incarnation, grace, the Sacraments, and the fulfillment of God's love for us.

A New Ark for a New Covenant

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 23, 2012 .

The greatest and most revered of Israel's kings was David. It is from the family of David that the Messiah would come into the world and to the surprise of Israel and of the world, the Messiah who is born from the House of David, is the God of Israel himself! Mary, the Mother of God, is therefore to be likened to a new Ark of the Covenant, for in her womb, the God of Israel dwells and makes himself not only Israel's Messiah, but in wonder of the Incarnation, he becomes for us a new and everlasting covenant.

Seeing the World Anew

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 28, 2012 .

This Sunday's Gospel presents the extraordinary story of Christ's healing Bartimaeus. Bartimaeus is blind. Christ gives him not only the ability to see the world, but to see the world anew through the revelation of his Grace. The Christian way of life is best described as a new way of seeing and it is through this vision, illuminated by the light of Christ, that we are invited to know and see the world as God in Christ intends.

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