Normally, in each episode we take one listener question. But today, we’ve devoted the entire episode to questions from listeners like you. Bishop Barron answers several questions, rapid fire, on many different topics.
- 0:57 – What stood out to Bishop Barron in the Pope’s new exhortation?
- 3:31 – How to respond to people who see Catholicism as inherently violent and dangerous?
- 8:06 – What are some book recommendations for a beginner in philosophy?
- 11:56 – How has being fluent in multiple languages helped you in ministry?
- 15:03 – What should we make of violent passages in the Bible, like those in the Psalms?
- 18:20 – Does making Christ our center require us sacrificing our intellect?
- 21:39 – How do you maintain humility in light of success?
- 24:40 – What books has Bishop Barron been reading lately?
- Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle
- The Dialogues of Plato by Plato
- On Being and Essence by St. Thomas Aquinas
- Aquinas by Frederick Copleston
- The God of Faith and Reason by Robert Sokolowski
- Introduction to Phenomenology by Robert Sokolowski
- Summa of the Summa by Peter Kreeft
- Faith, Hope, Love by Josef Pieper
- The Four Cardinal Virtues by Josef Pieper
- The Silence of St. Thomas by Josef Pieper
- On First Principles by Origen
- The Conservative Mind by Russell Kirk