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Faith the Size of a Mustard Seed

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 6, 2019 .

Last week, I plunged for the second time into the world of the Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). I can’t tell you how many participants in the AMA posed some version of this question: How could an all-loving God possibly countenance so much violence, suffering, and pain? Most questioners turned…

Pain Is Not Metaphysically Basic

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 18, 2019 .

I write these words on Holy Thursday, as the Christian world enters into the holiest and most spiritually intense time of the year. The long season of Lent has prepared us to delve once more into the mystery of the dying and rising of the Lord Jesus. As I have been contemplating the events of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday, my mind has turned, again and again, to the brute fact of pain.

El dolor no es metafísicamente básico

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 18, 2019 .

Escribo estas palabras el Jueves Santo, cuando el mundo cristiano entra en la época más santa y espiritualmente intensa del año. El largo tiempo de Cuaresma nos ha preparado para ahondar una vez más en el misterio de la muerte y resurrección del Señor Jesús. Mientras contemplaba los acontecimientos del Jueves Santo, el Viernes Santo y el Domingo de Pascua, mi mente se ha vuelto, una y otra vez, hacia el hecho brutal del dolor.