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Fr. Barron's Behind-the-Scenes Videos

Today Fr. Robert Barron shares special behind-the-scenes videos from his filming of 'CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players', an exciting look at at eleven key figures who shaped the Church and changed the world.

Augustine’s Favorite Apologist Explains the Eucharist

Today we celebrate the feast of St. Hilary of Poitiers, the fourth century Doctor of the Church whom St. Augustine described as "“the keenest defender of the Catholic Church against the heretics." Joe Heschmeyer looks at St. Hilary's defense of a central Catholic doctrine, belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.

Remembering Hans Urs von Balthasar's Important Book

Just over twenty five years after the release of Hans Urs von Balthasar's book, 'Dare We Hope That All Be Saved?', Fr. Robert Barron shares the Foreword he wrote to a new edition of the book.

Converted by the 'CATHOLICISM' Series

Today we share an excerpt from the conversion story of the late Carol Miller, as told by Leila Miller, her daughter-in-law. Learn how Carol moved toward God in part because of a strategically placed copy of Fr. Barron's 'CATHOLICISM' DVD series.

The Illusion of Immortality and a Dislocated Shoulder

At the beginning of a new year, Fr. Michael Cummins suggests that it might be helpful to reflect on the fifteen "spiritual diseases" identified by Pope Francis.

Atheists and the Absurdity of De-Baptism

There's a growing trend of among many atheists, who were raised in the Christian faith, to obtain "Certificates of De-Baptism." What should Catholics make of this? Brother Humbert Kilanowski, O.P. explains.

Cuts Like a Knife: The Scandal of Christ's Circumcision

Last Thursday, January 1, was the Solemnity of the Mother of God, a commemoration formerly known as the Circumcision of the Lord. Fr. Steve Grunow wonders if the Circumcision of Christ, an event so integral to the Lord's identity as an Israelite, might deserve renewed consideration.

FREE Chesterton and Newman Videos from Fr. Robert Barron

Sign up for Fr. Robert Barron's FREE behind-the-scenes video reflections from England on G.K. Chesterton and Blessed John Henry Newman.

Prayer in the City: The Marvelous Success of Nightfever

Today Brandon Vogt interviews Fr. Brad Zamora and Megan Miller, two coordinators of Chicago's "Nightfever" movement, which has offered a fresh wave of evangelization in the Windy City.

The True King

St. Luke's subversive Christmas tale continues posing a question: which narrative do you accept? Which king do you follow? Caesar or Jesus?