Conspiracy Theories, the Virgin Mary, and the Word on Fire Institute
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Conspiracy Theories, the Virgin Mary, and the Word on Fire Institute

Friends, I wanted to share with you this clip from a special livestream conversation with…

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Bishop Barron on St. Katharine Drexel, the Pope, and Personal Action
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Bishop Barron on St. Katharine Drexel, the Pope, and Personal Action

Friends, I encourage you to watch this clip from our “CATHOLICISM” series on St. Katharine…

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Bishop Barron’s New Book – “Renewing Our Hope: Essays for the New Evangelization”
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Bishop Barron’s New Book – “Renewing Our Hope: Essays for the New Evangelization”

Friends, it’s an exciting day as we celebrate the launch of my newest book, “Renewing…

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God’s Gift for You — Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon
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God’s Gift for You — Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon

Friends, from Genesis to Revelation, Scripture begins and ends on the principle of the primacy…

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How Do We Best Understand St. Thomas Aquinas? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II
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How Do We Best Understand St. Thomas Aquinas? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II

Friends, ever since I was a young man and throughout my academic career, my touchstone…

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What Can the Church Learn from Secular Culture? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II
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What Can the Church Learn from Secular Culture? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II

Friends, even in the desert landscape of postmodernism, you can find many references to the…

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What Went Wrong After Vatican II? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II
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What Went Wrong After Vatican II? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II

Friends, I have often critiqued what I call “beige Catholicism,” a Catholicism which has lost…

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Should Bishops Allow Priests to Offer Mass in Latin? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II
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Should Bishops Allow Priests to Offer Mass in Latin? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II

Friends, when I was rector at Mundelein Seminary in Chicago, we were very supportive of…

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How Does Vatican II Inform Your Mission? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II
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How Does Vatican II Inform Your Mission? — Bishop Barron on Vatican II

Friends, 26% of people in our country identify as religious “nones,” and 40-50% of former…

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What Do You Want God to Do for You? – Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon
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What Do You Want God to Do for You? – Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon

Friends, worldly goods like pleasure or power can be the source of our own destruction…

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