The Catholic Church is in a precarious cultural moment in history as it balances the need stay true to its teachings, but also to being a welcoming church. And there’s hardly a more reasonable voice out there than Bishop Robert Barron, who says the church must first decide what it means by the word “welcoming”. It can mean different things to different people depending on what side of the political aisle they sit. But Barron’s passion is really engaging the younger generations who are fast losing their interest in organized religion. His ministry Word on Fire is raising money to give thousands of Bibles away to freshman entering college as a way to thwart the indoctrination into secular worldviews. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Barron, a best-selling author and Bishop of the Rochester-Winona Diocese in Minnesota, talks about how to reach the younger generations and what are the challenges and hurdles to overcome. Then he also talks about the recent conversion to Catholicism of actor Shia LaBeouf, who sat down with him for a lengthy podcast interview about his walk of faith.