Normally, in each episode we take one listener question. But we’ve received such a large number of outstanding questions from around the globe that we’ve decided to devote this entire episode to answering a range of questions from listeners like you. Bishop Barron answers several questions, rapid fire, on many different topics.

Topics Discussed

  • 0:24  – Intro: Bishop Barron talks about his recent work and vacation plans
  • 4:17 – How should Catholic school teachers evangelize their pupils?
  • 5:19 – Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?
  • 9:28 – Has the Church ever changed its doctrine?
  • 13:10 – How does one evangelize the culture without becoming corrupted by it?
  • 20:22 – How do we encourage young people to engage in philosophy?
  • 26:00 – What is the difference between faith and belief?
  • 31:30 – What book is Bishop Barron currently reading?

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7 comments on “WOF 030: Listener Q&A w/ Bishop Barron

  1. Paul Casper Jul 6, 2016

    I enjoyed this podcast. The questions were very relevant and Bishop Barron is a master at explaining the teachings of our faith. I would be interested in future podcasts like this one.

  2. Natty Jul 6, 2016

    As I got ready to pre-order Bishop Barron’s newest CD , I stopped and listened to this podcasts (I love them all) very inspiring . Please do not ever stop what you are doing..Masterpiece. God Bless you and the team.

  3. Dr. Galen Durose Jr., MD. Jul 6, 2016

    Good talk overall. Those points which are dubious are expectedly so given your position.

  4. I am a mother of adult children and also have many grandchildren.
    Listening to your talks energizes me to continue evangelizing to them in this challenging world. Thank you

  5. Deacon Greg Bernard Jul 8, 2016

    Very helpful
    And Inciteful. Please keep up the good work.
    May God bless you.

  6. Margaret Sep 18, 2016

    Father Robert Barron is such a gifted communicator that each of his answers taught me something in a very clear, convincing manner. However, I found that some questions were better addressed than others. For example: We never did find out if there is any difference between faith and belief, but we did learn that the way we know religious truths is not substantially different from the way we know many things in life. I also know a lot more about religious epistemology now, but is there a difference between faith and belief? I still don’t know.

  7. I loved your response to the question about Islam. It was nuanced and smart. I didn’t like your response to the faith/belief question. Of course you can know that that woman is your mother. It’s called DNA testing.