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WOF Radio > Sermons > Sermon Archive for 2011 > Sermon 545 : The God Who is Love : Trinity Sunday
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trinity sunday message--the God who is love.

this is great insight into trinity.
6/15/2011 6:10:09 AM
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Paul Collins
Thank you Fr Baron. And another thing. I have found it the case, that often mental illness is linked to isolation, the break down of relationship.
We are made to be in relationship!
6/16/2011 6:50:40 AM
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Thank you Father for the great influence you have had on my life and countless others. I read the Brooks piece and could not help but compare the bland and unworkable boilerplate that oozes out of most commencement speeches with This is Water parts 1 and 2 now on youtube. That is the name given to the 2005 commencement of Kenyon College by the late David Foster Wallace. There he pointedly offered a very different, truly spiritual talk. Wallace said there really is no such thing as an atheist since we all worship something. Only the denial of self offers any chance for real achievement. Over the years i have recommended the Wallace speech almost as often as Word on Fire.
6/16/2011 5:41:33 PM
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Liberty Nolan
Thank you, Fr.Barron. You've given me a deeper insight into one of the most difficult things to understand about God. May God bless you and your ministry.
6/18/2011 9:25:21 AM
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Fr. Marcelo J. Navarro, IVE
This sermon captures the very essence of the mystery of the Trinity. It is not only insightful but very down to earth as well.
Thank you for an inspiring sermon.
6/18/2011 11:11:35 AM
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Great emphasis on the holiness of relationship. And the enemy of relationship is that selfish ego mantra of pursuing your dream, being all you can be the sef actualized center of the universe rugged individual take no prisoners modern person. Divorce is the perfect manifestation of this solo act. It is hard to be in relationship precisely because you have to choose to love the other and die to yourself. What an unpopular idea--and yet the misery of divorce and broken relationships continues to be swept under the rug of the all important individualist secular creed. We continue to build our own Towers of Babel rather than engage in God's message of hope and love.
6/18/2011 12:28:59 PM
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John Preto
Wonderful sermon...I first found you site by catching the last month of your program on WGN only by chance after watching Joel Olsten. I now find myself going back to your old sermons cause they bring such excitement/fire to the Christian fait. My wife and I left our Catholic church about two years ago exactly because it became a routine..after 44 years of being a church going catholic I wanted more then fire..and I found it at a nearby Lutheran church that has a Pastor full of excitement as you do....I look forward to your sermons each week..this is such great stuff.
6/20/2011 10:26:00 AM
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John Tuturice
To John Preto: Keep going with the fire, but don't settle for the "sizzle" (aka, the flash in the pan). You may find a preacher who speaks well in the Lutheran church, but you will not find the Lord and Saviour Jesus the Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. You will only find that in a church with apostolic succession, aka, the Catholic Church. If you want to know where Fr. Barron gets his fire from, it comes first from entering into relationship with Jesus in silence in the Holy Eucharist. Please consider coming back home to the Catholic Church.

God bless,
John Tuturice
6/20/2011 6:36:27 PM
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larry Valeriote
Excellent insight into a very critical but difficult understanding of how God works
6/20/2011 8:14:59 PM
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