I'm a bit late coming to it, but I've just come across this Hallowe'en post on Mark Shea's wonderful Catholic and Enjoying It! blog, in which he defends the great Fr. Robert Barron from an attack by Michael Voris.
If you don't know who Michael Voris is, I advise you to keep it that way. He is a Catholic television presenter who runs an internet TV station called Church Militant and who specializes in attacking other Catholics, as well as the Church authorities (though cannily avoiding attacking the Pope-- both Benedict and now Francis-- even when intellectual consistency would seem to demand it).
To my mind, both Mark Shea and Fr. Barron are perfect examples of that dialogue with secular culture which Pope Francis has called for. Voris, on the other hand, seems to have nothing to say to anybody except a convinced Catholic, and a convinced Catholic of rigorist views at that. (And I don't mean orthodox. I mean rigorist.)
The whole tone and atmosphere of Voris's polemics are clearly contrary to that of the last forty or fifty years of Papal encylicals and Magisterial documents. If there is such a thing as a sensus fidelum, Church Militant TV and their like are clearly out of step with it.
Mark Shea and Fr. Barron have both been instrumental in consolidating and deepening my own Catholic faith. I'm with them, not with Voris.