“The Dark Knight Rises” – A movie review by Fr. Barron

Fr. Robert Barron

Well all religions deal in one way or the other with the problem of evil – both how to explain it and how to solve it. Think of the example of Buddhism which proposes that all life is suffering and the way out is…

Watch and listen to Fr. Barron’s movie review of “The Dark Knight Rises.” (Spoiler Alert)

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Father Robert Barron is an author, speaker and theologian. He is also the founder of the global media ministry Word On Fire, which reaches millions of people by utilizing the tools of new media to draw people into or back to the Catholic Faith.

Father Barron is the creator and host of CATHOLICISM, a groundbreaking, award winning documentary series about the Catholic Faith. The series has aired across the country on PBS and EWTN, and has been seen and broadcast in parishes, universities, schools and media outlets throughout the world. The documentary received a Christopher Award for excellence. Father Barron and Word on Fire also released the documentary "CATHOLICISM: The New Evangelization" in 2013.

Father Barron currently serves as the Rector/President of Mundelein Seminary University of St. Mary of the Lake. He was appointed to the theological faculty of Mundelein Seminary in 1992, and has also served as a visiting professor at the University of Notre Dame and at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas. He was twice scholar in residence at the Pontifical North American College at the Vatican.

Ordained in 1986, he is a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Father Barron received a Master's Degree in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in 1982 and a doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Institut Catholique de Paris in 1992.

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  1. The only problem is that Bruce Wayne/Batman’s “loving self-sacrificing act” at the end is a lie. It’s clearly revealed that he had fixed the auto-pilot on “The Bat” weeks earlier. Jesus really did die on the cross. He didn’t fake it and then go and travel the world and show up at a cafe in France and give St. Peter a nod of recognition.


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