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Are We Saved by Faith Alone?

Bishop Robert Barron

The Last Judgement by Fra Angelico

"One who loves another has fulfilled the law." The New Testament is richly complex on the issue of faith and works, or faith and the law.

Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Bishop Robert Barron


The statistics couldn’t be clearer. Did you know that the fastest-growing category in polls of religious affiliation is “none”?

The Gift of Presence: St. Mother Teresa’s Example for Life 

Jacob Heidel

Painting of St. Mother Teresa

Let us learn from St. Mother Teresa and strive to be present to each soul placed before us with the same love and attention the Lord shows us.

EP5 | What Elijah Can Teach the Modern World—Fr. Leonard Andrie

Dr. Tod Worner


In this episode of the Evangelization and Culture podcast, Tod chats with Fr. Leonard Andrie in the Spirit-filled conversation.

Tuesday, September 5, 2023

Bishop Robert Barron


Friends, today’s Gospel reports that Jesus came to Capernaum, entered the synagogue on a sabbath, and began to teach.

A Catholic Appreciation of “Myst”

Emma Rose Robinson

Scene from the game Myst

The video game Myst offers a wondrous depiction of the world—a good inoculation against cynicism and a corrective for rediscovering wonder.

WOF 402: The Faith of J.R.R. Tolkien w/ Holly Ordway

Brandon Vogt

Tolkien sitting and smoking a pipe

Brandon Vogt recently sat down with Holly Ordway to discuss her new book, "Tolkien's Faith," and the depth of Tolkien's Catholic identity.

Monday, September 4, 2023

Bishop Robert Barron


In Jesus of Nazareth, the divine and human have come together in a salvific way, and this reconciliation is the long-awaited kingdom of God.