The book is divided into many sections that can listened repeated for better understanding or deeper reflections on the content that is covered.
Fr. Barron not only provides an account of the history of the Church, but provides the listener with a better understanding of the mind of the Church and what has sustained her through history.
Fr. Barron's description of the Real Presence of Christ in the eucharist provides a new and deeper insight into the Mass.
Bishop Barron narrated his own book which turned out really great. The book follows along with the Catholicism episode series. Very well presented, I wish Bp Barron would narrate more of his books.
Loved the book very intense thought in every day terms makes you understand what the Catholic thing is and appreciate our faith and our Lord more
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Words cannot express how touching and thought provoking this author expresses in exploring the love of Jesus and the church Jesus left for us.
Fr Barron does a wonderful reading of his book. I've seen the video version also, it is spectacular.
Fr.. Barron is a godsend, the information is relevant, well organized and easy to listen to. loved every minute. looking forward to watching the documentary.
Debated whether even to get this book or not - NOT a fan of EWTN and but saw part of one episode on PBS and was impressed. Fr Barron presents an even handed overview of Catholic theology full of lively details and thoughtful insight. Only quibble is with his minimal mention of collegiality within the Church.
Fr. Barron's narration is very good - a lot of authors are poor narrators but not the case here.
The art work, churches, etc discussed in the book are for the most part, are commonly recognized, i.e. Sistine Chapel, and easy to visualize while listening.