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Cora Giron
Thank you, Fr. Barron, for preaching the Word of God to us in a way we could easily understand. We love you!!!
10/31/2012 9:53:23 PM
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Cora Giron
Well done Fr. Barron! you very well explain the Word of God to us. God Bless you in your ministry. We love you!!!
10/31/2012 9:56:36 PM
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Mary@42
Terrific and a truly powerful Sermon. Thank you, Father Barron
11/1/2012 3:26:38 AM
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Mary
Excellent sermon Father! You are truly blessed and I thank you for your teaching especially before election day next week. No one is our Master except God! Let us truly sacrifice and be obedient to Him.
11/2/2012 1:01:22 AM
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d.a.g.
This is the source that makes the saints!

Many times we miss out on the basics in our introduction to the saints, making them only patrons for our needs, and forgeting what their lives were all about.

Catechism(CCC)90 - ..."In Catholic doctrine there exists an order or hierarchy of truths,..." (?)
11/2/2012 11:28:46 PM
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Cory Hughes
Thank you Father Barron. You and your teaching have done so much for me. So thankful I saw your Catholicism series on PBS. I've since bought the DVD. Keep up the great work.

-Cory H.
Atlanta , GA
11/3/2012 1:54:54 PM
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Lavina Travison
Never have I heard anyone speak
more profoundly.I listen every
week before I Attend Mass and when I hear the Gospel read at Mass it is so much more meaningful and alive.Thank you so much ,for all you are doing for the Church-a voice of clarity, in a very confused world
11/3/2012 2:03:34 PM
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Jim Doepker
Fr. Barron, thank you for your practical applications of how to love God with all our heart, soul, mind & strength.
Our Catholic Men's Fellowship group meets every Saturday morning and we use your sermons as our starting point for discussions. We are in the Saginaw Diocese, Saginaw, Michigan and being in one of the most liberal, rebellious dioceses in America, we greatly appreciate your clear and faithful clarity.
Once again, thank you for being obedient to our Lord and clear speaking on how to be a better Catholic.

God bless you
Jim Dopeker
11/4/2012 6:47:53 AM
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Laura
Thank you so much Father! At the end of your homilies, I'm usually saying, "yes! yes!": all whilst washing the dishes and trying not to wake the babies. Thank you for encouraging this mother.
11/4/2012 6:49:06 AM
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Arteaga
WOW!!!!!
Father Barron,
You are completely on FIRE!!!!
No question your LOVE for GOD is going to help us all.
Never stop, please.
May GOD continue to favor you.
11/4/2012 9:22:15 AM
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Maureen
Fr, Barron, what a powerful sermon! I thank God for you and all of our faithful servants of His.
11/4/2012 3:06:07 PM
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Sr. Marita Schweiger
Father Barron, thank you for sharing the "Word on Fire", etc... with us. I shadow you on my facebook for the sake of evangelization..
11/4/2012 3:25:24 PM
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MARION
Fr.Barron you are a light to this dark world. There is not a single day that I do not pray for you in front of the Blessed S'ment. You are a precious son of our Blessed Mother. With lots of Love and Gratitude - God Bless - Marion
11/4/2012 3:45:32 PM
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d.a.g.
Catechism(CCC)170

- We do not believe in formulas, but in those realities they express, which faith allows us to touch. "The believer's act of faith does not terminate in the propositions, but in the realities which they express."

- All the same, we do approach these realities with the help of formulations of the faith which permit us to express the faith and to hand it on, to celebrate it in community, to assimilate and live on it more and more.

https://www.flocknote.com/note/65957
11/5/2012 11:12:50 AM
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Brandon
I wasn't brought up to be a man of faith, but after watching a few of this guy's videos on Youtube I became intrigued and compelled to head over to this site where I discovered these sermons. These little talks are making me reconsider what I have been told about religion.
11/19/2012 10:57:47 AM
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Asa Pearson
Father Barron is the premier
spoksman for the Catholic church today.
He sure makes it all crystal clear.
Right on. Right on.
Perhaps you could make a comment on Revelation 4:3 Johns vision of God
as "shot thru red crystal
in color
Thanks Asa
11/21/2012 9:06:29 PM
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