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Friends, in many ways, the second reading for this Sunday is the climax of the entire biblical revelation. We find a detailed description of the heavenly Jerusalem, the holy city, coming down out of heaven to earth. There is no temple in this city be... more
Friends, on this Fifth Sunday of Easter, we continue our reading of the book of Revelation, leaping ahead toward the very end of the Bible. Looking at the arc of the whole story—from God’s creation out of watery chaos in Genesis to the sea disappeari... more
Friends, during this Easter season we're reading from the book of Revelation, that marvelous, final book of the Bible. In today's reading, John sees mystically, across space and time, across the Christian centuries, all those people from all over the... more
Best of the best! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Happy New Years Eve to all worldwide and a blessed New Years 2022! God Bless all worldwide. Check out the archives ya’ll, so much good news available to us all. Thanks “Team Word On 🔥.” Praise God! Here, here to all Priests, Prophets and Kings…. Father, I thank you for the gift of my siblings. Thank you for teaching me through them: Teach us to relate to others, to listen and share, to be patient and show respect, to help one another. Through my siblings, you invi... more
I look forward to this every week. As always, Bishop Barron has a great delivery and way of helping us understand the weekly readings.
Best of the best! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Happy New Years Eve to all worldwide and a blessed New Years 2022! God Bless all worldwide. Check out the archives yall, so much good news available to us all. Thanks “Team Word On 🔥.” Praise God! Here, here to all Priests, Prophets and Kings…. Father, I thank you for the gift of my siblings. Thank you for teaching me through them: Teach us to relate to others, to listen and share, to be patient and show respect, to help one another. Through my siblings, you invit... more
Thank you for these wonderful, inspiring and instructional homilies. The right word at the right time.
Grateful to God for the blessing of WordOnFire. I’m got hooked on Bishop Barron’s evangelical approach intertwining old and new testaments with logic, wisdom, clarity and substance. WOF had been a source of my daily bread , a way to open wider each day the door to light, wisdom & knowledge and divine inspiration. All glory and praise be to God.
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Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons launched 17 years ago and published 912 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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