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Bishop Barron on How to Preach Like an Apostle

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 25, 2017 .

A twentieth century Anglican bishop memorably expressed the following insight: “When Paul preached, there were riots; when I preach, they serve me tea.” To all preachers, I might recommend a careful consideration of the kerygmatic sermonizing in the Acts of the Apostles. If you preach like Peter, they might not serve you tea after every homily, but they will know that they’ve been cut to the heart.

How to Preach Like the Apostles

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 9, 2017 .

A twentieth century Anglican bishop memorably expressed the following insight: “When Paul preached, there were riots; when I preach, they serve me tea.” To all preachers, I might recommend a careful consideration of the kerygmatic sermonizing in the Acts of the Apostles. If you preach like Peter, they might not serve you tea after every homily, but they will know that they’ve been cut to the heart.

Bishop Barron on “Arrival”

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 15, 2016 .

The new film, “Arrival”, meditates on the possibility of humans communicating with a higher intelligence. Drawing upon this motif, Bishop Barron reflects on God’s distinctive manner of communication and the process by which we come to understand it.

“Arrival” and the Unique Manner of God’s Speech

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 6, 2016 .

The new film, “Arrival”, meditates on the possibility of humans communicating with a higher intelligence. Drawing upon this motif, Bishop Barron reflects on God’s distinctive manner of communication and the process by which we come to understand it.

Bishop Barron on “Last Days in the Desert”

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 16, 2016 .

With his latest film “Last Days in the Desert” Rodrigo Garcia has accomplished something truly remarkable. He has taken a portion of the life of the single most compelling person who has ever lived and turned it into a colossally boring movie.

United in the Blood of Jesus

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 22, 2015 .

The best way to understand the history of salvation is to understand it as the story of covenants between God and his people. In the Old Testament, covenants are typically sealed in blood and sacrifice. In today's first reading, Jeremiah prophesies a new covenant forged by the shedding of blood— Christ's blood on the Christ— which makes the whole world into the New Israel. Through the blood of that covenant, we share in the Divine Life.

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