In a World of Miracles, We Can’t Look Away from Ourselves
by Elizabeth Scalia . October 4, 2018 .
What to Expect as a Member of the Word on Fire Institute
by Word on Fire . September 28, 2018 .
Introducing the Fellows of the Word on Fire Institute
by Word on Fire . September 26, 2018 .
Evangelization, Movement, and the Word on Fire Institute
by Jared Zimmerer . September 18, 2018 .
Join Bishop Barron for a Reddit AMA on September 19!
by Word on Fire . September 12, 2018 .
Getting out of the Sacristy: A Look at Our Pastoral Priorities
by Bishop Robert Barron . July 17, 2018 .
For the past several days, I’ve been with my Word on Fire team, filming for the Flannery O’Connor and Fulton Sheen episodes of our “Pivotal Players” series. Our journey has taken us from Chicago to New York to Washington, DC, and finally to Savannah and Millidgeville, GA. At every step of the way, we have met numerous people who have been affected by Word on Fire materials: sermons, podcasts, YouTube videos, and the “CATHOLICISM” series. Many have told me that their exposure to Word on Fire started a process that led them back to the Church. Now I’m telling you this not as an advertisement for my media ministry, but rather as an occasion to muse about what I consider to be a needful change in the way the Church thinks about its essential work.