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Bishop Barron Visits Annapolis – Catholicism and Just War Theory

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 28, 2021 .

Friends, I recently traveled to Annapolis, MD, at the request of the United States Naval Academy to address their sailors on topics of spiritual and pastoral importance. While on my visit, I toured the storied city, exploring its historical and religious legacy and commenting upon relevant theological topics. In this…

Called into the Depths: Bishop Barron’s Address to the United States Naval Academy

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 28, 2021 .

Friends, in my address to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, I discussed three sailors from the Bible: the patriarch Noah, the prophet Jonah, and our Savior Jesus Christ. The sea can be thought of as something frightening and terrifying, standing athwart the purposes of God with its unforgiving…

Bishop Barron Visits Annapolis – A Tour of the State House

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 27, 2021 .

Friends, I recently traveled to Annapolis, MD, at the request of the United States Naval Academy to address their sailors on topics of spiritual and pastoral importance. While on my visit, I toured the storied city, exploring its historical and religious legacy and commenting upon relevant theological…

Bishop Barron Visits Annapolis – Downtown Sights and Scenes

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 26, 2021 .

Friends, I recently traveled to Annapolis, MD, at the request of the United States Naval Academy to address their sailors on topics of spiritual and pastoral importance. While on my visit, I toured the storied city, exploring its historical and religious legacy and commenting upon relevant theological…

Bishop Barron Visits Annapolis – The City’s Catholic History

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 25, 2021 .

Friends, during the colonial times, the land surrounding Annapolis served as a refuge for Catholics who came to America. As I stood in the beautiful nave of St. Mary’s, I contemplated the importance of Catholic presence in public life and how religious liberty and…

Bishop Barron on Why Too Much Power in One Place Is a Bad Thing

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 21, 2021 .

Friends, by a basic and healthy instinct, Catholic social teaching wishes power to be shared widely throughout local communities, overcoming tyranny and promoting charity. The Church advocates neither absolutist statist control nor indifferent individual freedom. Instead, it holds out an economics and politics of distributive justice as ideal for the…

Bishop Barron on Pope Francis and Our Responsibility for the Common Good

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 14, 2021 .

Friends, in Fratelli Tutti, the Holy Father prophetically calls Christians to rediscover the long tradition of Catholic social teaching as it pertains to labor, business, and property. Pope Francis challenges everyone to sacrificially share what we have with the poor and needy, and he reminds those with wealth of…

Bishop Barron on the “McCarrick Report”

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 14, 2020 .

In this bonus “Word on Fire Show” episode, Bishop Barron discusses the long-awaited “McCarrick Report,” which the Holy See just released on Tuesday, November 10. This long and exhaustive report, spanning over 450 pages, shares the results of a two-year investigation into former-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, exploring how he rose through…

Bishop Barron Speaks to Catholic University of America Seminarians

by Bishop Robert Barron . November 4, 2020 .

Friends, I thoroughly enjoyed speaking to seminarians at the Theological College of CUA, where I spent three marvelous years studying philosophy. In my conversation with these students, we discussed great spiritual masters like St. John of the Cross and Thomas Merton, the importance of persevering in prayer, how to be…

Bishop Barron on the Intellectual Formation of Seminarians Q&A

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 29, 2020 .

Friends, it was my privilege to speak with the students at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Louis. I gave a short talk about the importance of academic formation for parish priests, and why we shouldn’t drive a wedge between the intellectual and pastoral aspects of caring for souls. We then enjoyed…

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