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Bishop Robert Barron
The Word on Fire Show
Catholic Faith and Culture
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4.9 stars from 5,414 ratings
Word On Fire 🔥 Stickers
Thanks for the cool stickers included in the packaging of orders…. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Actually reading “Mere Christianity currently;).” Such a humbling message tonight, thank you, kindly Bishop Barron…. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Rootiekazoo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/14/21
This show is such an immense gift. Bishop Barron is superbly educated, logical, full of love for Christ, and he’s an extremely gifted teacher. This show is my favorite!
Basiaczek via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/12/21
Bishop, Please Understand
Bishop, We love you and pray for your team’s ministry everyday. We are also long time donors. Your most recent posting on evangelization misses the fundamental issue. You plead for the laity to evangelize by developing a personal relationship with Jesus and to learn about their faith and then...Read full review »
Confirmandi Paul via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/12/21
Recent Episodes
In today's episode, we share a talk Bishop Barron offered earlier this year to the Catholic educators of the Archdiocese of Vancouver. He exhorted teachers to boldly proclaim the resurrection and lordship of Jesus, affirming that all Catholic teachers are, fundamentally, evangelizers. NOTE:...
Published 10/11/21
Today we begin a five-part series of discussions on the book of Genesis. In this first episode, we focus on the Creation story. Genesis is of course the first book in the Bible and perhaps the most foundational, but it’s also the source of so much confusion. Bishop Barron clarifies what the...
Published 10/04/21
C.S. Lewis wrote more than 30 books which have collectively sold over 100 million copies, including the Chronicles of Narnia series, Mere Christianity, and The Screwtape Letters. But of those thirty books, there was only one which Lewis described himself as “almost my favorite among my books,”...
Published 09/27/21
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