I agree he’s presentation of the Catholic faith is compelling. I saw all 10 parts of Catholicism. And they did help my faith. Just one BIG problem with the series. When speaking about eschatology, or the 4 last things, he quickly dismisses them. I was looking forward to hearing him speak in much more detail about these things, they are in fact the most important things in our faith, our final destination. And he has stated many times, outside of the documentary, that one of his heroes is Hans Urs von Balthasar, a pseudo-theologian, in my opinion. One can see the influence of Protestantism in his works. We could say that Protestantism has come full circle, going out of the Church, and then coming back into the Church. His views go against the tradition of the Church, especially when he teaches: that we may have a reasonable hope that everyone is saved, and no one goes to Hell, A line that Fr. Robert Barron picked up. To compare him to venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen is disgraceful, in my eyes. Archbishop Sheen was the Catholic Faith incarnate. He was a man, willing to suffer for the Church and to speak the Truth, no matter the cost. Though, Fr. Barron may resemble him, the fact that he distorts catholic faith cannot, in anyway put them on the same pedestal. It is not only wrong, it is spiritually dangerous to preach such a thing, that we may reasonably hope that Hell is empty, which is a lie in and of it’s self. God bless!