Catholicism: amazed and afraid

Feb 24, 2012

Fr. Robert Barron’s TV/ DVD series “Catholicism” has received very good reviews. Some New Zealand parishes and other groups are using this as a Lenten reflection series. You will see in this week’s parishes newsletter an invitation to “The Catholicism Project” at Kolbe House, Canterbury University, Christchurch.

The series is well worth purchasing on DVD. You can do this at www.wordonfire.org.   The series is also available in book form (hard copy or digital) at the wordonfire link or through Amazon.com.

The wordonfire website offers two brief reflections for the first Sunday of Lent. These are taken from the Catholicism series. You might like to take a few moments to read the scriptures from this Sunday, then to watch these and to reflect on the content.


and if you would like more of a look inside the Catholicism series, try this:

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