For a guy who allegedly denies the possibility of Hell…

Fr. Barron sure seems to make a pretty clear case for Hell:

Of course, he very sensibly declines to speculate on who, if anybody, is there for the simple reason that you have to be God to know that since you have to know the interior disposition of a human heart and no human can do that. But remaining agnostic on who, if anybody, is in hell is not saying “hell is empty” or “hell doesn’t exist”. If he wanted to say “Hell doesn’t exist”, he chose a pretty funny way of doing it. Like the Tradition, he says, “The possibility of choosing to definitively exclude yourself from the life of God is real. Don’t make that choice.”

Theodicy is a problem for monotheists, not theists
Laudato Si on the Libertarian Myth that Individualism Will Take Care of Everything
The Hell You Say?
Things I Don't Get