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Bishop Barron on King, Aquinas, and Our Nation’s Future

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 16, 2020 .

The political nests within the moral, which nests within the sacred. We know that there are social wrongs which need to be made right, but our civic engagement must have a spiritual and moral center, grounded in the ideas of Martin Luther King Jr. and Thomas Aquinas.

Martin Luther King and the Religious Motivation for Social Change

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 14, 2020 .

A principal reason why the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s was so successful both morally and practically was that it was led largely by people with a strong religious sensibility. The most notable of these leaders was, of course, Martin Luther King. To appreciate the subtle play…

Martín Luther King y la motivación religiosa para el cambio social

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 14, 2020 .

Una de las principales razones por las que el movimiento de los derechos civiles de las décadas de 1950 y 1960 tuvo tanto éxito, tanto en el plano moral como en el práctico, fue que estuvo dirigido en gran medida por personas con una fuerte sensibilidad religiosa. El más notable…

“Laudato Si” Athwart Modernity

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 19, 2020 .

In preparation for my participation in a USCCB sponsored symposium for the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ encyclical letter Laudato Si, I reread the famous and controversial document with some care. Many of the themes that struck me five years ago stood out again, but on this reading I was…

Bishop Barron on Not Doing Evil That Good May Come

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 7, 2020 .

Even as we legitimately fight the great social evils of our time, we must remember Paul’s simple but trenchant principle: never do evil that good might come of it.

Why We Can’t Do Evil Even If Good May Come

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 5, 2020 .

There is a curious and intriguing passage in the third chapter of St. Paul’s letter to the Romans, which in the context of the missive seems almost tossed-off, but which has proven to be a cornerstone of Catholic moral theology for the past two thousand years. Responding to some of…

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