Bishop Barron’s Word on Fire apostolate has gone digital with a new streaming platform.
From the bishop’s message that landed in my inbox today:
We are offering a new way to view our content on this cutting-edge streaming site, and you’ll be able to watch any of my programs on any device and at any time.
With a Word on Fire Digital subscription, you will instantly have access to ALL of my video programs.
You’ll also be the first to gain access to new releases, as well as other content that will be added throughout the year.
Here’s how it works…
You can pay a low monthly price to access everything, or you can purchase programs individually, rent them for a limited time, or effortlessly send them as a gift.
I am confident that Word on Fire Digital will be another new way to reach souls with the Gospel via the new media.
Click this link to learn more and watch the new video trailer: http://WOFDigital.org
Now, you can have Bishop Barron all the time, and share him more easily with friends, family and faithful seekers.
This appears to be part of a new digital outreach by Bishop Barron, who headed to Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California, on Sept. 18, to talk about how to discuss faith on social media.
From Catholic News Agency:
Bishop Barron said authentic faith is not opposed to reason; it does not accept simply anything on the basis of no evidence.
He compared faith to the process of coming to know another human person. While one can begin to come to know someone by reason, or through a Google search or a background check, when a relationship deepens, other questions arise.
“When she reveals her heart, the question becomes: Do I believe her or not? Do I trust her or not?” he said.
“The claim, at least of the great biblical religions, is that God has not become a great distant object that we examine philosophically,” the bishop said. “Rather, the claims is that God has spoken, that God has decided to reveal his heart to his people.”
Click here to watch the full Facebook video.
Word on Fire Digital is not the only place to find great Catholic content online. Of course, there’s always the Vatican Website, but that’s just the beginning.
Try the Augustine Institute’s Formed streaming service, which aims to be “Catholic Netflix.” It features hundreds of Catholic videos, movies, audio content and ebooks. You can try a seven-day free trial or subscribe as a parish. Click here.
Catholic TV can be seen on several platforms, including Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, or on your iPhone or Android phone. But it’s also available online, just click here.
So, if you can’t find anything good to watch, you can always find something to watch that celebrates truth, beauty and goodness.
And, as you see at the bottom of the post, you can also visit our YouTube and Ustream channels, and coming soon, we’re adding our catechetical Web series “Catholic Central” to the mix. For a preview and to learn more about our great young hosts, Kai (Kaiser Johnson) and Libby (Elizabeth Slater), visit CatholicCentral.com.
Image: Courtesy Word on Fire
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