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Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith
"Father Robert Barron's Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith takes a path less traveled in leading us to explore the faith through stories, biographies, and images. In these pages, we meet the "Word made Flesh" not only in theological formulations, but also in saints and poets, cathedrals and chants, priests and prophets. What makes Catholicism so compelling are the ways in which Father Barron shows how the Incarnation goes on in the true, the good, and the beautiful."
— Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York
"Catholicism is one of the most significant efforts ever to advance what Pope John Paul II called 'The New Evangelization.'"
—George Weigel, author of Witness to Hope and The End and the Beginning
"Prepare yourself for an entrancing tour of the many facets of Catholicism. From Her art to Her architecture, Her theological riches, to the inspired personalities that have filled Her pews, the Catholic Church is laid bare by a priest who is more than up to the task. Like the Faith it seeks to capture, it is a journey that will leave you full—and then hungering for more."
—Raymond Arroyo, New York Times Bestselling Author of Mother Angelica and host of EWTN's The World Over Live
"Father Robert Barron is a brilliant academic, a popular writer, a seeker and a seer. In Catholicism he illuminates truths that have the power to set us free. It will be a benchmark book for years to come."
—Michael Leach, author of Why Stay Catholic?
"When Father Barron is talking, I can't stop listening. Whatever he writes, I can't put down unfinished. He loves the people he addresses. He writes about what matters to us. To read him is to be loved in word after word. In these pages, heart speaks to heart."
—Mike Aquilina, co-author of The Mass: The Glory, the Mystery, the Tradition
"Father Robert Barron's great gift is to wed intellectual depth with clarity and vividness of expression. His Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith is a superb exploration of the Catholic vision that seamlessly unites theological reflection and masterpieces of architecture and art. The story he tells comes truly alive in his portraits of concrete men and women who, in every age, have lived the journey of faith to the full."
—Rev. Robert Imbelli is Associate Professor of Theology at Boston College