A Journey to the Heart of the Faith
by Father Robert Barron
"Clarity, intelligence, passion and elegance – these are the marks of a writer in top form, and Father Barron brings all these gifts to bear in this extraordinary reflection on the Catholic faith. If you read one book this year on what Catholics believe and why, this is the book to read – and to share with others."
—Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap, Archbishop of Denver
By Doubleday Publishers
Read an overview of the much—anticipated new book on Catholicism and its author, Fr. Robert Barron.
By Elizabeth Scalia
"Are we speaking to the culture in such a way that our message is rendered unintelligible?"
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By Father Robert Barron
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By Kathy Schiffer
Fr. Barron's Catholicism will inspire the seeker in you.
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
The Catholic Church is an open door. Welcome home. The light is on. Come sit and be refreshed.
By Julie Davis
Catholicism uses imagery and scholarship to bring new comprehension to concepts we may think too familiar. Heaven won't look the same after you read it.
By Maria Morera Johnson
Barron's style instructs without being pedantic. There is an underlying joy in what he shares, and it is contagious.
By Fran Rossi Szpylczyn
Put simply: Barron's book may be one of the best things that I have ever read about our faith.
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
The Catholic Church is an open door. Come sit and be refreshed.
By Marcel LeJeune
This book is the best modern overview of the Catholic Church's truth, beauty, and goodness I have ever read.
By Brandon Vogt
Barron is not just concerned with what's good and true about the Catholic tradition but also what's beautiful.
By Rick Rice
Fr. Barron has a knack for making simple and believable that which initially seems to be complex and incredible.
By Tim Muldoon
If a sacrament is a visible image that opens us up to an invisible reality, then Barron's book is an understandable text that opens us up to a beautiful and ineffable mystery.