Do you ever wish you could read more books? Have you ever thought about writing articles at the professional level or authoring your own book? Bishop Robert Barron has read a library’s worth of texts, written fifteen books, and composed thousands of short works. In this episode of the Word on Fire Show, Bishop Barron offers helpful advice on how to improve your performance in the language arts.
- Evangelization Today: Three Obstacles; Three Opportunities (Bishop Barron @ USCCB Conference)
- “Bishop Barron’s Foreword to Hildebrand’s Liturgy and Personality” (Bishop Barron)
- “Why You Should Read C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce” (Bishop Barron)
- “What Should Catholics Make of Eckhart Tolle?” (Bishop Barron)
- Study Programs
- The Mystery of God: Who God Is and Why He Matters (Bishop Barron)
- Word On Fire (Proclaiming Christ in the Culture)