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Learning from a Saint who Spread the Wisdom of the Desert

Today we continue our regular series called “Learning from the Saints.” Our guide is expert Bert Ghezzi, a dear friend of mine and the author of numerous books including Voices of the Saints, Saints at Heart, and Discover Christ: Developing a Personal Relationship with Jesus. His more recent books are The Power of Daily Mass and The Heart of Catholicism. You can learn more about Bert and … Continue reading

24 Atheists Impressed by Bishop Barron’s YouTube Interview

A few months ago, a man named Dave Rubin reached out to us at Word on Fire to ask if Bishop Barron would be open to an interview. (Apparently lots of Dave’s Twitter followers suggested the idea.) To be honest, we didn’t know much about Dave at the time. But after some Googling, we discovered he’s a well-known comedian and … Continue reading

Fulton Sheen on Why We Need More Intolerance

America was born out of tolerance. Our country emerged from a religious struggle and was founded on freedom. But in recent years, tolerance has become not just a principle but a supreme virtue. Universities breathlessly promote tolerance, even above truth. Companies emphasize their diverse and tolerant culture. Today, a man might be imprudent, intemperate, and faithless. But he’ll remain respectable so long as he’s tolerant. It’s true … Continue reading

Have Someone Read You Every C.S. Lewis Essay for Less Than $20

If you’re a fan of C.S. Lewis, here’s some great news, which I just learned about via Tony Reinke’s blog. Most people know C.S. Lewis through his Narnian chronicles or his theology books, such as Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, or The Great Divorce. But beyond his stories and books, we shouldn’t forget his essays. Lewis was one of the most clear and insightful essayists of the … Continue reading

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