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Stop Being a Chicken: Bishop Barron on the Realities of Baptism

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 25, 2020 .

Friends, the sacrament of Baptism is objective: the visible sign of invisible incorporation into the Mystical Body of Jesus. Every baptized person is, objectively speaking, a child of God, divinized, and destined to be a great saint. Therefore, we must not follow the prompts of worldly power or success. Running…

Overcoming Extremism in the Church: Clerically Speaking Podcast (Part 2)

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 23, 2020 .

Friends, in this second video clip from the Clerically Speaking Podcast with Fr. Harrison Ayre and Fr. Anthony Sciarappa, our discussion centers on the theology of the Church, or ecclesiology. I express my concerns regarding the abuse scandal, the phenomenon of disregarding ecumenical councils, and the tendency to downplay the…

Inside the Life of a Priest: Clerically Speaking Podcast (Part 1)

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 22, 2020 .

Friends, in this video clip from the Clerically Speaking Podcast with Fr. Anthony Sciarappa and Fr. Harrison Ayre, we talk about the intellectual, spiritual, and community life of the priest. Our discussion covers the seminary system, the role of priestly fraternity, and methods for reaching out to the local parish…

Bishop Barron on His Fifth Episcopal Anniversary

by Bishop Robert Barron . September 8, 2020 .

Friends, I took a few minutes today to reflect on my fifth anniversary as a bishop. I’m just so grateful to God for all the opportunities in the past few years, especially the tremendous honor of serving the good people of my Santa Barbara pastoral region in the Archdiocese of…

Bishop Barron on Why Being Good Is Not Enough

by Bishop Robert Barron . August 27, 2020 .

No indication whatsoever is given in Scripture that the moral prescriptions are somehow more important than the liturgical prescriptions. Being a good person is not enough—it’s crucially important to be aligned to God in his divine splendor through ritual and ceremony. My concern is, as our churches begin to open,…

Bishop Barron on Canceling Padre Serra

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 22, 2020 .

The entire effort to erase the memory of St. Junípero Serra is from a historical standpoint ridiculous and from a moral standpoint more than a little frightening. When we see mobs of people tearing down and desecrating statues of a great Catholic saint, how can we not see the ugly…

Bishop Barron on King, Aquinas, and Our Nation’s Future

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 16, 2020 .

The political nests within the moral, which nests within the sacred. We know that there are social wrongs which need to be made right, but our civic engagement must have a spiritual and moral center, grounded in the ideas of Martin Luther King Jr. and Thomas Aquinas.

Bishop Barron on God, Equality, and the Founding of America

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 9, 2020 .

We are in a time of profound cultural convulsion. There are deep concerns about the nature of justice and politics. But what makes for a just social order? The fundamental understanding of “unalienable” and God-given human rights. When we take belief in God out of that equation, the foundation of…

Bishop Barron on Social Media and the Catholic Culture of Contempt

by Bishop Robert Barron . July 9, 2020 .

Friends, Catholics must stop tearing each other apart online. We should be outraged by those who send virulent comments to one another, preventing actually fruitful evangelical conversation. Calumny, the mean-spirited accusation of another person, is a violation of both charity and justice. Who could possibly blame a non-believer for thinking,…

Bishop Barron Introduces The Word on Fire Bible: Volume I – The Gospels

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 4, 2020 .

Friends, Volume I of The Word on Fire Bible will be available on June 15th. Join the waiting list at https://www.wordonfire.org/bible to make sure you are the first to know when it is released.

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