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Each day you’ll find new content from Bishop Barron at WordOnFire.org, so we encourage you to check back often. But you might prefer that we deliver new content directly to you. If that’s the case, use any of the methods below to subscribe free to Bishop Barron’s latest resources.
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The Word on Fire Blog features new articles every weekday, and to be sure you don’t miss any, we encourage you to subscribe via a free RSS reader, such as Feedly. Simply sign up for Feedly and then click the button below:
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Subscribing to Bishop Barron’s Homily Podcast in iTunes is easy. Just click the button below and then click “View in iTunes”:
When the podcast opens in iTunes, simply click the “Subscribe” button beneath the Word on Fire logo, and that’s it! Bishop Barron’s weekly homilies will now be delivered to iTunes every time you open the program. You’ll typically receive new Sunday homilies on the prior Wednesday afternoon.
If you have an iPod or iPhone, iTunes will transfer the files directly to your device when you connect it to your computer so you can take Bishop Barron’s homilies with you everywhere you go.
To receive the podcast through other software, just copy and paste the following feed URL into the receiver:
1. Open up the “Podcasts” app (which should be already installed on your device, by default)
2. On the bottom right, click the “Search” icon.
3. In the search box, type in “Word on Fire.”
4. In the “Podcasts” area (not the “Podcast Episodes” area), tap on the “Word on Fire Show” icon.
5. Click the purple “Subscribe” button.
6. That’s it! Now you’ll receive new episodes from the show.
Here’s a brief video tutorial showing these steps:
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