Posts tagged "Fr. Robert Barron"

5 Simple Ways to Deepen Your Prayer Life During Lent

Fr. Robert Barron has 5 simple ways to deepen your prayer life during Lent: Sometimes I think we complicate Lent.  At least I do. I over think it, over plan for it and take on way too many things that I never seem to accomplish. This year, I’m keeping it much simpler.  I dug deep... Read more »

First the Grace, then the Purification, then the Mission

First the Grace, then the Purification, then the Mission
“So it always goes with the God of the Bible:  first the grace, then the purification, then the mission.”  Fr. Robert Barron In today’s readings, Jesus (on His return from death) has a little picnic on the beach and questions His disciples on their love for Him. They don’t dare ask, “Who are you?,” because... Read more »

Gay Marriage and the Breakdown of Moral Argument

If you eliminate “Gay Marriage” from the title, this pretty much applies to everything. In today’s culture we have have a breakdown of moral argument in general. Everyone is “screaming” from their keyboard to be heard. I’ve also noticed that for the most part, when it comes to religion, no one really wants to hear... Read more »
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What Gives Me Hope for the Catholic Church?

What gives me hope for the Catholic Church?  It’s certainly not stories like this one.  Or the many others that I come across either in print or on the internet. Those stories break my heart on many levels. A priest attacking a child has to be the worst form of evil. My emotions run from... Read more »

Fr. Barron on Eucharistic Adoration

The practice of Eucharistic Adoration is something all Catholics should consider. It is time well spent. As Fr.Barron points out, some of the greatest Catholics of our time have spent hours in Eucharistic Adoration. Lent is fast approaching. This is usually when we “give up” things such as certain foods or maybe the television or... Read more »

What Every Catholic Should Read

What should every Catholic read? I watched this video with my mouth open because, well, I haven’t read any of these books. I’ll come up with my short list in a day or two. Let me know if you’ve read any of these and what you thought about them.
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Ask Fr. Barron: What to Say to Catholics Who Struggle with Church Teaching

What do we say to Catholics who struggle with Church teaching? Fr. Barron answers Fr. Martin’s question.

"Les Misérables": A Commentary by Fr. Barron

This video commentary of Les Misérables by Fr. Barron is probably as close as I’m going to get to seeing the movie. I have to make a confession here, so to speak. I do not like musicals. I’ve never seen one all the way through. The other day, while flipping through the channels, West Side... Read more »

Ask Fr. Barron: To be deep in history

I wonder how we will be viewed by history …
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Sex, Love, and God: A Commentary from Fr. Barron

I’ll let Father talk.