Bishop Robert Barron explores Jean Twenge’s “iGen” and its sobering information on young Americans and the relationship with religion.
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 Robert Barron explains two ways that we can see what is happening at Mass: as an encounter with Jesus, and as a supreme form of play.
Bishop Robert Barron unpacks why the recent film Mother! is deeply confused about the God of the Bible and His relationship with humanity and creation.
Bishop Robert Barron comments on George Weigel’s recent book “Lessons in Hope”, a reflection on Weigel’s relationship with Pope St John Paul II.
Bishop Robert Barron looks to St Peter Claver to caution against the temptation to separate social justice and evangelisation in the Christian life.
Bishop Robert Barron presents dark comedy Ingrid Goes West as a critique of the “iPhone culture” where virtual relationships trump real friendship.
Bishop Robert Barron explains the difference between grace and karma, and the reason why God bestows more grace on some people than others.