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5 thoughts on “Does Bishop Barron Want To Control The Catholic New Media?”
I think nkk it’s a mistake to discount the sheer volume and loyalty of B Barron’s devoted followers. They’re in live with his charisma. Doesn’t matter what he sez, to them.
BP Barron’s a wolf in sheep’s “not very well tailored” clothing. A consummate politician from the seductive Bill Clinton mold. A smiling schmoozer, which style frosts a dictatorial person. He has repelled me for years. Many sweet, naive people I know keep urging me to listen to him because “he’s so solid about …”
It’s like the proverbial “you know what” in the punchbowl. I dont care that it’s “only a tiny hsmpster …” and barely visible in the large punchbowl. I’m not drinking it.
This was tried for those teaching theology at Catholic colleges. How did that work out?
Excellent comments Mr. Stine. We might conclude that Bishop Barron would do us a favor by coming up with a list of approved blogs and even better those blogs which are condemned. This would do two things:
—Let us know which blogs to avoid.
—Let us know which blogs to read.
Bishops Barron’s idea is so stupid high doubt his advice will be taken. But I could be wrong. Let’s hope so.
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