Robert Barron | – Kids Q&A w/ Bishop Barron (June 2020)

Kids ask the best questions, and today Bishop Barron responds to many from around the world.

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Bishop Robert Barron These are brief and insightful commentaries on faith and culture by Catholic theologian and author Bishop Robert Barron. The videos complement his weekly sermons posted and podcasted at

Comment (23)

  1. Is there a way of contacting you. I want to seek a priest to begin to become a Catholic.
    I am absolutely certain and feel the need in my heart.
    I live in Pittsburgh and not exactly sure how to find a Priest with kindness and sensibilities like you Bishop..
    Bless you in all things. Your teachings have meant a lot to me.

  2. As a catholic, where is the Catholic church to be found during this time where we are witnessing gross violations of human dignity at the hands of police brutality?

    I haven’t seen a single church leader condemn the death of George Floyd and yet we complain why people are leaving the Church.

    We cannot act like we are tone deaf to the issues that are affecting our brothers and sisters of the African American community. They too are children of God and deserve basic decency.

    Actions speak louder than words.

    Please respond. God Bless.

  3. I truly enjoyed that Q&A exchange. As usual, Bishop Barron, your answers are respectful and succinct. How can children contact you with respect to additional questions? I know some children who have many…..please and many thanks. God bless.

  4. I think this is my very favorite recording I have heard. Thank you so much for treating these children with so much dignity and respect! And their questions are so pure, they really helped me to have a better understanding of my own questions! Thanks so much for this and I hope to hear more!

  5. I was making a short lecture with my 4-year-old grandson about God: who He is, why we love Him, why He died, and why He will come back. He was listening seriously after which he asked me this question: "Grandma, how did He become a stone?" (probably referring to the statues he saw in the church). My answer was: "We made God in the stone as our reminder of Him until He comes back." The next question was: "How do we know he comes back if He is invisible?" There could be a better answer than what I gave.