Bishop Barron comments on the Catholic Church’s welcome to all: which is not an openness with no demands, but an invitation to all to conform to Christ.
Author Bishop Robert Barron
Bishop Robert Barron is an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and the founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.
Bishop Barron explores whether there is a hyper-stress placed on the parish, and whether this may be out of step with current needs of evangelisation today.
Bishop Barron supports the Jurrasic Park series’ critique of Enlightenment attempt to control nature, but cautions against making humans and animals morally equivalent.
Bishop Robert Barron explains that Michelle Wolf’s recent comment on abortion at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner was not only a bad joke, but an indicator of a throwaway culture in which the elite thoughtlessly discard the vulnerable.
Bishop Robert Barron explains how themes of silence, love and self-sacrifice make horror film “A Quiet Place” the most unexpectedly religious film of the year.
Bishop Robert Barron explores an argument for priestly celibacy based on the need for some Christians to be witnesses to our true destiny: Union with God.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the rise of psychologist Jordan Peterson, and offers his thoughts on Peterson’s recent book “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos”.