Bishop Robert Barron reviews Rod Dreher’s “The Benedict Option,” evaluating its strengths and weaknesses as faith encounters culture.
Author Bishop Robert Barron
Bishop Robert barron finds “The Case for Christ” particularly compelling for its subtle portrayal of the psychological, spiritual, and intellectual dynamics of evangelization.
Re-orientation of the heart is what made Patrick the patron of the Irish and Joseph the patron of the universal Church, according to Bishop Robert Barron.
Bishop Barron evaluates the Netflix series “The Crown”: nothing can be permitted to violate the God-given moral values upon which a society is rightly constructed.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on a passage from the Gospel of Luke, which was featured on the Solemnity of Mary the Mother of God which has to do with the visit of the shepherds to Mary and the Christ child in the stable at Bethlehem. The passage hinges on three words: haste, astonished, and treasured.
Bishop Robert Barron reviews the film “Doctor Strange,” concluding that as does “Star Wars,” which also features a young man going through a needed apprenticeship, this movie initiates us into a fundamentally Gnostic space, a realm of spiritual powers, both good and evil, engaged in a relentless and never-ending struggle.