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Bishop Barron on Martin Luther

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 1, 2017 .

With great profit and pleasure I’m currently reading Alec Ryrie’s new book “Protestants: The Faith that Made the Modern World”. Ryrie’s characterization of Martin Luther offers fresh insights on how the great “Solas” of the Reformation can be both celebrated and legitimately criticized.

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.

The Spirit on the March

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 21, 2017 .

This Easter season, the Church has asked us to meditate on the Acts of the Apostles. Today Jesus tells us to wait for the coming of the Spirit, which will descend upon them and empower them in their work. It is up to Christians today to continue the work of the apostles and spread the mission of Christ.

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 Catholicism and the Reformation

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 4, 2017 .

This year marks the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, which is decidedly the greatest split in Christian Church history. Here, Bishop Barron explains how Catholics gesture to the Reformers by celebrating the primacy of grace but always while maintaining the Biblical logic of God's non-competitive transcendence.

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