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Bishop Barron on Not Doing Evil That Good May Come

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 7, 2020 .

Even as we legitimately fight the great social evils of our time, we must remember Paul’s simple but trenchant principle: never do evil that good might come of it.

Bishop Barron on Three Ecclesiastical Lessons from the Quarantine

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 30, 2020 .

In my newest video commentary, I offer three insights on the nature of the Church that have emerged with special clarity during this pandemic.

Bishop Barron on Governor Cuomo and the Nature of God

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 23, 2020 .

A recent remark made by Governor Cuomo in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic was characterized by a misunderstanding of God that is all too common, even among believers.

Bishop Barron on “St. Catherine of Siena: Mystic of Fire, Preacher of Freedom”

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 17, 2020 .

I’m excited to tell you about this new book published by our Word on Fire Institute. It’s titled St. Catherine of Siena: Mystic of Fire, Preacher of Freedom and is by Fr. Paul Murray, OP, a Fellow of our Word on Fire Institute. Learn more here:…

Bishop Barron on the Coronavirus, Catastrophe, and Contingency

by Bishop Robert Barron . April 2, 2020 .

The coronavirus and other catastrophes are but dramatic examples of a general truth about the nature of things, a truth that we all know in our bones but that we choose, typically, to cover up or overlook.

Bishop Barron on Loving an Enemy This Lent

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 26, 2020 .

The Church recommends three great spiritual practices for Lent: prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. But the readings during Lent suggest a fourth great practice: the forgiveness of one’s enemy.

Bishop Barron on the Coronavirus Quarantine

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 19, 2020 .

Blaise Pascal said, “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” This Pascalian “mot” has come to my mind a good deal in recent days as our entire country goes into shutdown mode due to the coronavirus. Perhaps we could all think of…

Bishop Barron on Praying at the Tomb of St. Paul

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 20, 2020 .

In this new video commentary, I reflect on my recent visit to the tomb of St. Paul. As I knelt and prayed on that spot, wearing the full liturgical regalia of a successor of the Apostles, I had a certain feeling of unworthiness. But then as I prayed further, I…

Bishop Barron on Spending Time with His Spiritual Father

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 13, 2020 .

In this new video commentary, I reflect on my “ad limina” visit with Pope Francis on January 27. It would be impossible to summarize what turned out to be a three-hour conversation with the Holy Father, but there were three dominant themes that emerged.

Bishop Barron on the Three Essential Elements of the Church

by Bishop Robert Barron . February 6, 2020 .

Joseph Ratzinger said that the Church performs three basic tasks. We can also read off of these categories typical distortions in the life of the Church.

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