It’s one thing to show beautiful photographs, and another to make the shift from Rome to the Diocese of Baker.
For instance, consider the discrepancy between the visually breathtaking scenes Fr. Barron shows, like this:
...and the reality of the parishes in my diocese, which is more like this:
While the first photo might speak to the grandeur and majesty of the Church, the second says "1970's dining room decorated by Grandma".
And instead of awesome altars, reverently "vested" and adorned, like the ones we might see in "Catholicism", such as:
As for exterior architecture, Fr. Barron shows us scenes like this:
...while we look around at buildings that are barely recognizable as churches:
...and from this: