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Fr. Barron on the "YouTube Heresies"

One of Father Barron's best: the YouTube heresies.

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Anonymous said...

Does anyone know when the "Catholicism" series is supposed to be finished?

Deirdre Mundy said...

Thanks for posting this! My one year old son finds Fr. Barron extremely compelling-- Maybe he'll grow up to be a heresy buster! (or at least not a heretic! =) )

In Statu Viae said...

Thanks for posting this... this is my introduction to Father Barron's youtube videos... great stuff!

Nzie said...

I love Fr. Barron - I saw this a couple days ago because I've subscribed to his channel, something I encourage anyone else here with a YouTube account to do. :)

Tito Edwards said...

Thanks for bringing this little gem to light!

scripturelink said...

For those of us in deepest darkest Africa with Sound cars that don't work, and not so high internet caps, please maybe give transcriptions, I do enjoy your site, but often don't know what you are talking about, because I can't watch the videos!

Marc Aupiais
South African Catholic

scripturelink said...

cards, not cars, cars work where I live!

Anonymous said...

sound cards can be purchased for less than $10 ( see: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2000360057&bop=And&Order=PRICE). I am not sure how you would have an internet enabled computer without one... very much a standard option on most computers.

In any case, considering all of the great written catholic commentary out on the web these days, it would be a bit much to expect anyone to transcribe the contents of youtube videos, especially blog owners who do not get paid.

Éstiel said...

This is good. I teach freshman rhetoric and I've explained the various rhetorical modes to my students this way: These are patterns of human thought. Cause-and-effect is one of many. The limitation of science lies there: it can *only* think in that one mode. But there are many modes. Causal analysis yields facts, but fact is not truth. Facts change with knowledge; truth never changes. Science deals with [contemporary/temporary] fact; art and philosophy deal with [eternal] truth. Science does not contradict it; it is simply irrelevant to it.

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