Bishop Robert Barron looks to St Peter Claver to caution against the temptation to separate social justice and evangelisation in the Christian life.
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 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.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on recent violence in Charlottesville by reflecting on the “moral contradiction” in America’s history and the remedy of Grace.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on his experience at Mont Saint-Michel, the extraordinary island monastery, and the vivid Christian imagery that it evokes.
Bishop Robert Barron explains why Catholics venerate the relics of saints, including the vested and mitred body of the bishop St Ambrose.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the Wedding Feast at Cana and the prophet Isaiah to describe how a marriage reflects God’s desire for relationship with us.