The Catholic Rock Star: Bishop Barron Interview

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This is The Babylon Bee Interview Show.

On The Babylon Bee Podcast, Kyle and Ethan talk to Bishop Robert Barron. They talk about wokism, Catholic politicians, and why he loves the Coen Brothers. Bishop Barron with his media company, Word On Fire, engages the culture with videos on movies, music, and evangelization. Bishop Barron’s YouTube channel has been growing since starting in 2007 and has become a voice for Catholics in the culture. Bishop Barron has appeared in interviews with Ben Shapiro, Jordan Peterson, Dave Rubin, and many more.

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Topics Discussed

Starting Word On Fire

Bad advice for connecting with young people

Engaging the culture creatively

Self inventive culture

Starting with beauty

Chesterton wants more holes in your skull

Religious themes in movies

Affirmative orthodoxy

God is revealing himself through the culture

Private belief vs Public belief

The modern peace treaty

Propose vs imposing

Mario Cuomo

Catholic politicians

How to lead the way in the argument against abortion

Engage the people at a high level

Pope Francis

Libertarianism and Catholicism

Classical Liberalism

Marxism

Subscriber Portion

Chesterton

Bishop Barron as a universalist

Evangelization

Reasonable hope

Catholic teaching on grace

Dare We Hope

Wokeness as the greatest enemy

G.K. Chesterton view on culture

Buffered self

Wokism takes itself too seriously

Cross breaking the circle of the rationalism

Pre-modernism

Top five Popes

10 Questions

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