Let’s get started. Fr. Barron and Word On Fire are two hot topics rolled up into one.
I was inspired by Brandon Vogt and his book, “The Church and New Media”, to look more into Father Robert Barron and “Word On Fire.” I have decided to create a YouTube Video Playlist with the top ten most viewed, the top ten most favored, the top ten most recent, and the top (bottom) ten least viewed.
The playlist will act as a guide for us to follow, and study what Fr. Barron is sharing on his YouTube Channel ‘Word On Fire Video”, which this variety I have selected will give us great overall view/ example of Father Barron’s Word On Fire.
When I was doing research on both his name and the name of his ministry, I noticed there was a large number of searches for “Robert Barron Word On Fire.” Curious about how and why online audiences would use this terminology? I would assume that anyone seeking out information of Fr. Barron or Word On Fire would already know that Robert Barron is a priest.
Have you purchased your copy of “The Church and New Media?” I would strongly suggest that you consider making it today. Fr. Barron’s sharing of the introduction “The Digital Content” is very well written and informative on the New Evangelization and Theology of Communications of the Catholic Church.
Take a good look at www.WordOnFire.org and possibly give to the ministry.
I was happy to hear the local Fishers of Men Prayer Group at Our Lady of Perpetual Help started viewing some of the videos from the Ambassador Program. I look forward sharing some of their insights, concepts and concerns, as they start to dive into the deep, Word On Fire.
Something to ponder, something to pray.