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    Sermon 512 : Salvation Has Come to This House : 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

    10/31/2010
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    Zacchaeus is a man who has wandered far from God. But, often enough, people like Zacchaeus come back, again and again, to God because they cannot eliminate their hunger for Him. Once they open themselves to Christ he places himself in the most intimate parts of themselves, living there. Christ does not enter just a fragment of your life; he enters the whole thing! This is salvation. Let Christ shake and transform you.
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michael jaffray king
I love to be reminded again and again that we are all wired for God..
Also that when we make the slightest effort to approach God like Climb a Tree or Come Home to the Father after wasting a life on riotous living or beat ones breast at the back of the Church, then God comes running towards us.. He comes to our House... He listens to our Prayers and vindicates and justifies us..
Once again thank you Father Bob for bringing us these insights into what we thought we already knew but didn't even after listening and reading those familiar Bible stories for a life time.
10/28/2010 2:24:22 PM
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frkuriakose ouseph
Awesome.Fr Barron,your word pierces the hearts. i thank the Lord for using you as His instrument.
10/28/2010 6:41:51 PM
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sunil
please send me sermons
10/28/2010 11:39:08 PM
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ferdie forni
Thank you Fr. Baron for your 'fire' for our Lord. You are such an inspiration and your passion for Jesus really affects others. God bless you too!
10/29/2010 1:26:39 AM
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Fr. Roque
I admire your reflections
10/30/2010 8:28:33 AM
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Lawrence
Great thought!
We are all citizens of Jericho.
Since we are all wired for God, there is longing in all of us to have a glimse of God. I like the reference you made:to King Herod. Would you mind sending me a copy of your sermaon
10/30/2010 10:57:24 AM
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Rufus
Nice
10/30/2010 11:33:12 AM
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Fr. Ethel Anarado
Fr Bob,
You are an inspiration tome and all who listen to your reflections.You are the Fulton Sheen of our day!
10/30/2010 3:43:09 PM
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michael jaffray king
Dear Fr Ethel Anardo...
Amen! Amen! and Amen!
God bless you!!!
10/31/2010 1:15:37 AM
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Father Paul Damien
Father Bob
You are a blessing to all of us Christians, and to our Catholic Church in the USA. Peace.
10/31/2010 7:16:06 AM
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mario m.
I started to listen on your weekly sermon in order to reinforced and add more an in-depth reflections on the gospel at the Holy Mass. Thank you father for this enlightening sermons/homilies. Peace! mario
10/31/2010 8:39:35 PM
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Patty Artuso
Fr.Barron,

I thank God for you and your faithfulness in preaching the Word! I'm loving this, hearing the Word explained with such clear and logical, loving expression. You must go Prime Time on all the Networks because the world needs to hear these wonderful sermons. Let us all pray that the worlds media will pick up on this and give the Word on Fire its place in global communications. Souls will be saved!
All Praise and all thanksgiving to our Awesome God!
11/1/2010 12:58:18 PM
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