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Bishop Barron on Netflix’s “The Crown”

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 2, 2017 .

The Netflix original series “The Crown,” which has to do with the last months of the reign of King George VI and the first years of the reign of his daughter, Queen Elizabeth II, demonstrates how for any society to remain healthy it must be grounded in God-given moral values.

Advice to Students New and Old

by Bishop Robert Barron . August 26, 2016 .

Last week Bishop Barron offered some remarks at the matriculation ceremony for Thomas Aquinas College in California. His insights apply to any Catholic student reentering the school year, so he wrote the ideas down here for you to read and share.

How Strange is the Cross

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 28, 2016 .

Fleming Rutledge’s “The Crucifixion” is one of the most stimulating and thought-provoking books of theology that I have read in the past ten years. There is so much value in this text that I plan to dedicate a number of articles to analyzing it. In this initial interpretive foray, I focus on two themes that run through the entire book and that ought to shape any Christian’s understanding of the cross: the sheer strangeness of the crucifixion and the weight of sin.

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