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WOF Radio > Sermons > Sermon Archive for 2011 > Sermon 540 : The Shepherd's Voice : 4th Sunday of Easter
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    Sermon 540 : The Shepherd's Voice : 4th Sunday of Easter

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    God speaks to us in many ways, especially though the conscience. Since God is a Person, his voice will reach our consciences and lure us to conform our lives to the life of his Son, Jesus Christ. In addition to listening to Christ thought the scriptures, through the teachings of the Church, through the lives of the saints, and through the liturgy, listen to Him speaking to your conscience. He will set you free.
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Father Mario Quejadas
Happy 25th Priestly Anniversary!

For 25 years you have been such a great
voice of the Lord Jesus, the Eternal Shepherd.
I thank you on behalf of the many souls
that you have nourished by God's Word,
either through the walls of the Mundeline Seminary or through the media.
What a great priest of the Lord Jesus you are!
Ad Multos Annos! (May you be blessed with more happy years!)

God bless you and your ministry always!
....Father Mario
(Your sheep for more than 10 years)
5/13/2011 12:11:09 PM
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Fr. Justin
It's been an amazing and inspirational homilies and related reflections for my spiritual growth. You're a gifted Priest to lit the Light of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of millions. With my prayers and God's blessings for your powerful ministry. Fr. Justin, from India.
5/13/2011 11:32:03 PM
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I wont to read your sermon as my spiritual food.
5/14/2011 8:29:16 AM
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I woulike to read your sermons for my spiritual nourishment. I am a Christian and heard about you from a friend who told me that your sermon gives peace and are good for meditation. this is te reason why i want to be registed hoping to get the peace i have lost.
5/14/2011 8:39:45 AM
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I have heard about your talks from my friend who said to me that when you read your sermons you find peace. This is the reason why I want to be connected for my prayer and meditattion. i am a Christian.
5/14/2011 9:47:58 AM
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Janet Kraus
God's people speak to me and so does the beauty of nature: those people who listen to me first, are most likely to bring God's word to me.
5/15/2011 5:14:01 AM
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Thank you for your Priesthood.
"The aboriginal Voice has been dulled, "scored" by ingrained habits of sin, and carried by Christ who was scourged, and supported by the culture of inordinate psychology.
5/15/2011 6:42:48 AM
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Is anyone else unable to listen online, and no longer findin WoF on iTunes.
5/15/2011 8:58:15 AM
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Fr. Anand MSFS
Fr. Barron, thank you for your ministry and your inspiring and uplifting homilies every week. May God Bless you abundantly as you bless your flock.
5/15/2011 9:10:50 AM
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michael jaffray king
Amen to all the comments listed above.
Father you have the gift of this voice and when you speak, the Holy Spirit demands of us to pay attention.
When The Catholicism project comes out in the German language, I hope that somehow you will be able to use your God given and very inspiring voice as the translator.
God bless you!!!!
Thank you Jesus for the gifted and authoritative voice of our Father Bob.
5/18/2011 12:03:02 AM
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