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It is informative without being preachy. It is apologetical where it needs to be, yet never prostrating. The show presents exactly as it is. And you get what you expect. Or perhaps more than one would expect because the production values are very high. (On that note maybe few too many heavily vignetted artsy shots, so this will not age as well as one might like) A worthwhile watch for catholic and protestant alike. I really enjoyed it and felt I got good value for the price. So good in fact that I am watching it for a second time around because I missed a bunch of points and it is so well done.
Wherever you are, this video series by Father Robert Barron is sure to move you to a new level of understanding and insight into how God parachuted in behind enemy lines as a tiny little baby in a forgotten corner of the most advanced civilization in human history up to that time. Yes God has a sense of humour and no he is not worried about the intellectuals who have pretended for so long that God never existed and that Jesus was just a nice ordinary man with some insights into ethics and morality.
Quite apart from the beautiful scenery in the Holy Land, and the visual impact of art and beauty through the ages, it is the message that Father Robert brings which is delightful. So many young people today think of the Church as some sort of leftover anachronism which will soon shrivel up and die. But Father Robert is able to turn this sort of thinking on its head and show how relevant the teachings of the Church have been to our understanding of this world as well as providing us with a guide to the next. God is not dead, he did not just appear once and then disappear from the scene. He is hard at work through the Church providing us with everything we need to make the right choices.
The messages in these videos are not for the faint of heart, they force you to really think through your point of view.Read more ›
Hopefully we will continue to benefit from his knowledge and spiritual energy.
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Beautiful presentation illustrated through being transported to the places the events occurred with beautiful musical score.Published 4 months ago by Mary Baier
Excellent teaching on Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.Published 15 months ago by Maureen McLane
The only problem I have with this video set is that they didn't come in that nice box that the videos came in. The videos were wrapped in plastic so they wouldn't fall out. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kitty
Father Robert Barron takes you on an insightful world tour of Catholicism, delving into different aspects of the Faith from who Jesus was, the Eucharist, to who the Saints were, to... Read morePublished on April 22 2014 by smc
These DVDs are used together with a study program. This a very in-depth study and the DVDs help to flesh it out that we may understand more fully what it is the Roman Catholic... Read morePublished on March 31 2014 by Blanche Crowder
This video series is excellent for anyone interested in Catholicism. the narration is very good, the pictures are fantastic and the content is in keeping with Catholic... Read morePublished on March 27 2014 by Jeanne Wilson
I love this series! It's a great introduction and review for both the unfamiliar person and the seasoned Catholic. Fr. Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2014 by Mel Chlebak