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Do we need the Benedict Option now? Yes. But we should also be deft enough, when necessary, to shift to a more open and engaging attitude.
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‘The Case for Christ’ subtly portrays the psychological, spiritual, and intellectual dynamics of evangelization.
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This is what made Patrick the patron of the Irish and Joseph the patron of the universal Church.
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When the Church says that Jesus is God, she also means that she herself is the privileged vehicle through which Christ's life now flows into human hearts and into the culture.
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As Cardinal Francis George once remarked, “Yes, all are welcome in the Church, but on Christ's terms, not their own.”
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I'm convinced that, at this moment, we need good arguments, but I'm even more convinced that we need saints.
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I just hope that Dave Rubin's viewers can appreciate that there is a lot more to Christianity than the "pelvic issues."​
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Nothing can be permitted to violate the God-given moral values upon which a society is rightly constructed. God bless the makers of ‘The Crown’ for helping us to see this in a most dramatic way.
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Don't settle for something less than astonishment; be amazed! Don't fall into spiritual amnesia; treasure!​
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What in the world do we make of this strange and disturbing story?
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The distinctive mark of Jesus' Lordship is love, compassion, forgiveness, and non-violence—but this is not the stuff of sentimentality and warm feelings.
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Whether its director and writer intended it or not, ‘Arrival’ is about God's distinctive manner of communication and the process by which we come to understand it.
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One of the major problems we have in evangelizing our culture is that many Christians don’t walk with Jesus personally.
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What would you cling to like a desperate animal? What loss would you fear? What do you ultimately love?
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‘Doctor Strange’ is far from a satisfying presentation of the spiritual order, but it represents a significant step in the right direction.
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Be rebels, and don't settle for spiritual mediocrity. f you want to be happy, you have to play an ‘emptying’ game rather than a ‘filling’ game.
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One of the distinctive marks of films and television programs the last couple of decades has been the Homer Simpsonization of men.
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Most of us are like actors who have dressed up and memorized the lines for Hamlet. The only problem is that we are in Romeo and Juliet.
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Next time you make a call on your iPhone, think of the communion of saints.
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For the past week, I have been sequestered in Rome for the Formation for New Bishops' program, more colloquially known as “Baby Bishop School.”
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The denial of God carries with it the gravest implications
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Bishop Robert Barron

Bishop Robert Barron is an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries and the host of CATHOLICISM, a groundbreaking, award winning documentary about the Catholic Faith. He received a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America (1982) and a doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Institut Catholique de Paris (1992).

He has published numerous books, essays, and articles on theology and the spiritual life. He has also appeared on several media outlets including NBC, PBS, FOX News, CNN, and EWTN. His website, WordOnFire.org, has reached over 3.8 million people and his weekly YouTube videos have been viewed over nine million times. His pioneering work in evangelizing through the new media led the late Cardinal Francis George to describe him as “one of the Church’s best messengers.”

He was consecrated an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles on Sept. 8, 2015.