We speak to Michael Sullivan, executive producer of Fearless, a new film which documents the awesome ministry of “Spirit-filled evangelisers” in the Church.
Bishop Robert Barron explains that the fundamental value of Christianity is love, and explores whether love is always inclusive, tolerant and diverse.
The team discuss G.K. Chesterton’s “Heretics”, particularly looking at his commentary on the need to love our neighbour as a person, not an abstraction.
Warwick Marsh discusses the National Day of Prayer and Fasting on February 25, why it is being held, and how we can get involved.
The team discussed Mark Shea’s “Work of Mercy”, how the Works of Mercy highlight Christ’s Incarnation, and the radicality of Christian love and mercy.
Bishop Robert Barron discusses his recent interview with Dave Rubin on “The Rubin Report”, explaining that Christianity is much more than sexual morality.
Luke and Victoria react to Robert Browning’s My Last Duchess, discussing Browning’s technique for creating considerable tension in the poem.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the importance of God’s precepts for a society by exploring a dramatic dilemma in the television series “The Crown”.