Meet the Blogger - Father Eduardo Barrios, SJ

Born July 11, 1943 in Bayamo, Cuba; ordained June 24, 1972 for the Jesuit Province of the Antilles.

Began service in the Archdiocese of Miami in January 1998, as a member of the faculty at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School; taught there until 2006 and then again from 2008 to 2012.

Served at Gesu Church in downtown Miami and at St. Kieran Parish, Miami.

Received Pro-Ecclesia et Pontifice (For the Church and the Pope) Cross, the highest honor awarded by the Vatican, in March 2013.

Frequent contributor to El Nuevo Herald and La Voz Católica.

Blog Archive

Publish Date Section Title
6/27/2022 Let's Talk Blog The silent figure in the drama of abortion
4/11/2022 Let's Talk Blog Insatiable hunger for praise
3/14/2022 Let's Talk Blog Ignatian Year 4: Jesuits and the vow of poverty
2/14/2022 Let's Talk Blog Ignatian Year 3: other spiritual features
1/10/2022 Let's Talk Blog The Ignatian Year, part 2: a Catholic spirituality
11/29/2021 Let's Talk Blog Ignatian Year: From wounded soldier to pilgrim
9/27/2021 Let's Talk Blog Pope vs. dogmas?
8/9/2021 Let's Talk Blog The exemplary pastor
7/5/2021 Let's Talk Blog The spirituality of nourishment
5/24/2021 Let's Talk Blog The utilitarian religions

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