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diane wyder
absolutely fantastic! I get it! Thank you so much, Fsther Barron!
12/12/2012 7:49:09 PM
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Marita
Thanks - as always - for putting this into context from a historical and current day application perspective. Good news indeed!
12/13/2012 10:02:48 AM
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Arteaga
No one could know so much & understand so much, if he himself was not living in the Presence. Extremely happy for u father Barron.
12/13/2012 10:37:16 PM
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vito benigno
Peace be with you my Dear Father Barron!Thank you for this brilliant sermon.i think knowing the true definition of LOVE and the corporal and spiritual works of mercy are key to us as a people of God, becomming who we were created to be.MI IMMACULATA
12/14/2012 9:05:05 AM
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Fr. David
I am confused by your references to Zephaniah. The readings for today make no mention of idolatry or God's wrath but rather Zephaniah calls for rejoicing and joy. Help!
12/14/2012 10:24:29 AM
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d.a.g.
A few similar things I've heard:
- we Become what we eat.
- we Become what we contemplate (ewtn)
- the acts we perform; the people we Become (John Paul II)
- we Become what we worship (fr. Barron)

Jesus wants us to Become Love & truth.
Jesus is Love & Truth.
12/15/2012 2:41:59 AM
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Rev Thomas Anastasia
Too bad you are not posting the written texts of these homilies either here or on homilies.net...something to consider?
12/15/2012 2:23:06 PM
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anita bradley
love to listen to your homilies there very inspiring, and help me with ideas for teaching little church on sunday. Of course i have to modify them for children.

Thanks Anita
12/15/2012 3:55:27 PM
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d.a.g.
To Fr. David,

Can I say as I understand it:
I think, in this sermon the background is first set up(from the preceding chapters of Zephaniah) & then todays reading of Zephaniah is introduced.
12/15/2012 8:03:24 PM
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gerry
Thanks for an enlightening talk about justice and love. I like how you connect the readings, give appropriate historical background (especially in the first reading) and eventually inspire us to be better Christians. I hope this becomes a template that will be followed by all Catholic churches as it makes the sermon more relevant and informational at the same time.
12/16/2012 2:04:26 AM
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Mas Kang
I've listened to all of your homilies from 2000-mid2004. I listen to your Sunday homilies for this year. You've helped me live a better life, a different life, a different world view. Thank you.
12/16/2012 7:20:03 PM
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Loren
It is a gift from God that one is able to capture the attn of the audience. It takes much preparation as well as educational and life experiences to make the sermons/homilies become incarnate. Most important of all, it takes much much praying and fasting to put soul and spirit into the talk. This is why Fr. Barron's talk is operated by the Holy Spirit himself which burns people's hearts with love for the one who is Love.
12/18/2012 5:52:57 AM
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