Sunday, September 26, 2010

Father Robert Barron To Have Weekly Television Show.

First Priest Since Archbishop Sheen to Have a Regular TV Show.

CNA – Fr. Robert Barron of the Archdiocese of Chicago will begin broadcasting a weekly national television show on WGN America to reach Catholics and others searching for Christ. He will be the first priest since Archbishop Fulton Sheen to have a regular, national program on a commercial television network.

Fr. Barron, a professor at University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary, runs the global media ministry called “Word on Fire.”

His WGN America show will be titled “Word on Fire with Father Barron.” It will premier at 8:30 a.m. Central Time on Sunday, Oct. 3. It will also run on WGN Chicago at 9:30 a.m.

“Now is the time to reach out to Catholics and others who are searching for meaning in their lives or who have left the Church because they are disillusioned,” Fr. Barron said. “In each episode, our mission will be to encourage believers and bring the transformative power of the Gospel to the culture.”

The priest, who was ordained in 1986, has also been producing a ten-part documentary titled “Catholicism,” telling the story of the Church through travels to 16 countries. He will preview highlights of the series in his weekly broadcasts.

“The faith of the Church is our strength,” Fr. Barron continued. “Our program will strive to show viewers the richness of the Catholic faith and how it is a treasure to be shared now and with future generations


  1. AMEN! The messages from heaven are being repeated over and over for people to come to Christ! I am inspired with every report I read about this mission on earth for a heavenly reward.

    Be blessed, my dear friend,
    Abbey ♥

  2. Hello Bryn
    That is great news. I think Fr Barron is excellent and I am so pleased to learn that he will have a regular T V show. Thanks for letting us know about it. God bless you my friend.