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#AskFrBarron - What are Fr. Barron's Five Favorite Books?
Last edited 6th February 2014

Each week Fr. Robert Barron welcomes questions through Facebook and Twitter (using the #AskFrBarron hashtag) and through his blog at WordOnFire.org. Stay tuned for new answers each week! This week's question is: What are your five favorite books?


Father Robert Barron on "Bob Dylan"
Last edited 5th February 2014

Is it possible to read Bob Dylan as a "spiritual poet". According to Fr. Robert Barron, yes you can! In fact the Bible is a constant theme throughout many of his songs. When you listen to his lyrics, a multitude of spiritual themes emerge. Take a look at today's feature for more!


Catholic Mission Launches Appeal to Help Communities Turn Away from Witchcraft
Last edited 4th February 2014

Catholic Mission launches appeal to help communities turn away from witchcraft

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Greater Understanding Means Going Beyond the Hijab - Comment
Last edited 3rd February 2014

It's fantastic that the world came together to celebrate the hijab. But if the aim is to foster a true connection with and understanding of Muslim women, the focus has to be on more than what they wear.

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Ask for Help
Last edited 30th January 2014

It is already the end of January - where does the time go? If you made some resolutions for the New Year, and haven't followed through on them, don't give up! We can keep starting again over and over, and remember to ask for help when you need it.


Catholic Talk: An Open Letter to Rolling Stone Magazine
Last edited 31st January 2014

Visit this article for an excellent response by Catholic Talk regarding the Rolling Stone's recent article on Pope Francis...

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'Superpope' Artist Acclaims Pope Francis as a True Hero
Last edited 30th January 2014

Artist Mauro Pallotta revealed that his viral depiction of Pope Francis as a superhero was done to portray how the pontiff uses his papal authority “for the good.”

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500 Years of female portraits in western art (Classic Dump)
Last edited 29th January 2014

Music: Bach's Sarabande from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 performed by Yo-Yo MaNominated as Most Creative Video

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Social Justice in Lent - Poverty
Last edited 10th March 2014

Every Lent, we are called to "give alms" - which means giving some time to serve others who are less fortunate. This could mean giving money to a charity, feeding the poor, visiting the lonely, or raising awareness of the suffering of others in the community. Today we are putting a spotlight on poverty - specifically Caritas Australia's Project Compassion campaign for 2014!

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The Problem of Pot. A Reflection on the Increasing Legalisation of Marijuana
Last edited 27th January 2014

It is perhaps emblematic of our decadent times that the two most noteworthy legal maneuvers of late, occupying significant time and resources of the the legislative and judicial branches are: providing legal recognition to homosexual unions, and the legalisation of the smoking of marijuana. Welcome to the decadent West.

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