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S. Rosalita Judge OP
Fr. Barron's homily is inspiring and brings to mind again the love of the Good Shepherd. It gives me hope that in our present age, we can be instruments of love like Jesus.
4/24/2012 9:03:29 AM
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Carla
Thank you Father Barron! On FB I was having a discussion about religion, with a childhood friend who said she used her Catholic formation to as a "jumping off point" to explore other religions and holy books. She mentioned that religion is the great divider. Your homily talks about division, and I inserted it into our discussion, which fit in nicely. It was awesome how our discussion among a number of people, came together in a very loving way! From my perspective, the whole blogging scenario was providing an active example of the voice of the Good Shepherd bringing some of His flock together.
4/24/2012 6:33:51 PM
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Al Eriksen
Dear Fr. Barron, I can't tell you how much I love "The Good Shepherds" in my life. Like the Bishop that left the flock to find ME. I know he didn't come here for any acknowledgement so I won't name him.

Yours in Christ,
Al
From the Diocese of Rockville Center, NY!

Happy Easter!
4/25/2012 8:34:19 AM
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M
What happened to the sound quality on this one? First, the background music at the beginning and the end (not sure if it was music at beginning). The, it sounded like Father Barron was speaking in an empty church. The sound quality distracted me from the message.
4/26/2012 6:07:16 AM
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Ingelise McNulty
Thank you so much for coming to England. I heard your talk in Durham last night. I feel fired up again and pray that I will be able to spread the Good News.
I am a member of the evangelisation team in or Diocese.
4/26/2012 6:13:56 AM
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Anne Baldwin
This homily whet my appetite so I went back in the archives for more. Your reflections of 2006 for this Sunday bear repeating. How successfully you convey there your loving affection and sweeping wonder of Christ's sacrifice for us sheep.
4/26/2012 2:44:47 PM
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Pat
thank you for that inspirational homily. I aways find Fr.Barron, deep and insiteful. I learn alot. Jesus is the Good Shepherd and He is calling His sheep right now, you and me, to pray for all humanity to come to Him and to salvation. According to the prophetic messages found at www.warningsecondcoming.com Jesus said we will be the generation who will see Him return again.Well, we pray for it at every Mass after all. Jesus wants us to pray for everyone, because the devil is working double time in the world today to destroy it. God will intervene, and before He comes, He is sending us warnings to wake us up. Check out the website,I have read all the messages and have not found anything contrary to our Catholic faith. Please share with everyone you know. Thank you Fr. Barron, please continue in your ministry to help all of us to know and serve the TRUTH!
God bless, Pat
4/30/2012 2:00:40 PM
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Father Kevin Shemuga
Excellent homily, I am from the Cleveland Diocese and a source of reflection for my paryer and others
6/2/2012 11:06:58 AM
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