Bishop Robert Barron

Revisiting the Argument from Motion

By Bishop Robert Barron

One of the unintended but happy consequences of the emergence of the new atheism is a renewed interest in the classical arguments for God’s... (Read more)

The Parable of the Talents

By Bishop Robert Barron

The attendance at our daily Mundelein Seminary on Labor Day weekend was sparse. Many of the students had gone home while others were on a... (Read more)
Lois Lowry’s 1993 novel The Giver has garnered a very wide audience over the past two decades, since it has become a standard text in middle... (Read more)

Why I love my invisible friend

By Bishop Robert Barron

One of the favorite taunts of the New Atheists is that religious people believe in an “invisible friend.” They are implying, of course, that... (Read more)
John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars has proven to be wildly popular among young adults in the English speaking world, and the recently... (Read more)
I don’t know what possesses me to watch “Real Time With Bill Maher,” for Maher is, without a doubt, the most annoying anti-religionist on... (Read more)

The danger of soft atheism

By Bishop Robert Barron

A very instructive exchange between Gary Gutting, a philosophy professor at Notre Dame, and Philip Kitcher, a philosophy professor at... (Read more)

What Easter means

By Bishop Robert Barron

In first century Judaism, there were many views concerning what happened to people after they died.  Following a very venerable tradition,... (Read more)
Well, it’s Easter time, and that means that the mainstream media and publishing houses can be counted upon to issue de-bunking attacks on... (Read more)

Noah: A Post-Modern Midrash

By Bishop Robert Barron

Darren Aronofsky’s cinematic re-telling of the story of Noah has certainly stirred people up.  While quite a few reviewers, both religious... (Read more)

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