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Friends, can everything in the world be reduced to atoms bumping against each other, and chemical reactions in our brains? Or is there something more to reality than its material elements? more
Today, we’re excited to share with you a talk that Bishop Barron recently gave at the University of Notre Dame titled “What Makes a University Catholic?” more
Friends, an exciting group of psychologists, scientists, and thought leaders are rediscovering the beauty and brilliance of the Bible. more
I can’t thank enough my priest friend Federico Pinto who recommended me to follow Bishop Barron. more
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Every Word on Fire show I have ever watched has always enlightened me to new or forgotten principles and values. I am grateful for Brandon Vogt’s thought provoking questions and of course for Bishop Barton’s succinct, profound responses. Blessings to each of you for all the time and effort you put into each episode.
The content and Bishop Barron’s presentation of it have been life-changing. Thank you.
Ever since Bp. Barron’s omission to evangelize Ben Shapiro in that interview, it’s easy to notice how this podcast dares not to offend or scandalize anyone even if they have to water down the authentic gospel message. I find Word on Fire to be feckless and tepid at best. More of a merchandise company than a teaching institution.
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