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“The Holy Spirit”: A Commentary by Father Barron


Published on May 30, 2012
Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit http://www.wordonfire.org/

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Father Robert Barron comments on “Eucharistic Adoration” -‘No One in the Bible has ever been Given an Experience of God without also being Given a Mission which will Always Be a Mission of Love because that is what Jesus Is. Love. when you take God into you that’s what You Become, Love.”-Father Barron -“Listen to God…and Feel the Fire Of God Within Your Heart. He Is There In Your Heart. Listen. Hear. Feel. See. Trust, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.”-Owen Joseph/ shannan suzzette

Father Robert Barron comments on “Eucharistic Adoration” -‘No One in the Bible has ever been Given an Experience of God without also being Given a Mission which will Always Be a Mission of Love because that is what Jesus Is. Love. when you take God into you that’s what You Become, Love.”-Father Barron -“Listen to God…and Feel the Fire Of God Within Your Heart. He Is There In Your Heart. Listen. Hear. Feel. See. Trust, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.”-Owen Joseph/shannan suzzette
Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit http://www.wordonfire.org/

Additional comments from Fr. Barron on the “Real Presence in the Eucharist”

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Father Robert Barron comments on “What You Believe Makes A Difference” – “what you believe lives in your cell tissue. your faith, your ethics, your morals are the foundation of the very fiber of your cellular make-up. illness is a separation of faith and love in the trust of our cellular foundation in God. Love is the very core of Our Life. Love is willing the good of another for the sake of another. Love is not a trade but a complete flow of Our Heart’s capacity to give the sweetness and joy of our being through us without promise of reward or self-gain. Love is the participation of God’s Grace of Self-Giving of God’s Life Living through Us in Radiance and Surrender to Peace, Goodness, Truth, and Beauty. Love is Our Wholeness in Trust in Us.Love is Always Beautiful in Our Heart and Body in Complete Trust In God in Us.” -Owen Joseph Tierney Jr./shannan suzzette taylor

Father Robert Barron comments on “What You Believe Makes A Difference” – “what you believe lives in your cell tissue. your faith, your ethics, your morals are the foundation of the very fiber of your cellular make-up. illness is a separation of faith and love in the trust of our cellular foundation in God. Love is the very core of Our Life. Love is willing the good of another for the sake of another. Love is not a trade but a complete flow of Our Heart’s capacity to give the sweetness and joy of our being through us without promise of reward or self-gain. Love is the participation of God’s Grace of Self-Giving of God’s Life Living through Us in Radiance and Surrender to Peace, Goodness, Truth, and Beauty. Love is Our Wholeness in Trust in Us.Love is Always Beautiful in Our Heart and Body in Complete Trust In God in Us.” -Owen Joseph/shannan suzzette

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Faith, Hope, and Love: A Commentary by Father Barron

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit http://www.wordonfire.org

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“Love and Responsibility” by (Karol Wojtvla) Pope John Paul II -“Karol Wojtyla educates people how to love. Not superficial love one experiences with fleeting emotions or sentiment, but rather virtuous love. Karol teaches love as a virtue and love that entails sacrifice and a willingness to give of self. Karol teaches that true love never uses another person as an object to be used. Rather true love is based on the dignity of the person.”

Love and Responsibility by (Karol Wojtvla) Pope John Paul II

Drawing from his own pastoral experience as a priest and bishop before he became Pope John Paul II, Karol Wojtyla has produced a remarkably eloquent and resourceful defense of Catholic tradition in the sphere of family life and sexual morality. He writes in the conviction that science–biology, psychology, sociology–can provide valuable information on particular aspects of relations between the sexes, but that a full understanding can be obtained only by study of the human person as a whole. Central to his argument is the contrast between the personalistic and the utilitarian views of marriage and of sexual relations. The former views marriage as an interpersonal relationship, in which the well-being and self-realization of each partner are of overriding importance to the other. It is only within this framework that the full purpose of marriage can be realized. The alternative, utilitarian view, according to which a sexual partner is an object for use, holds no possibility of fulfillment and happiness. Wojtyla argues that divorce, artificial methods of birth control, adultery (pre-marital sex), and sexual perversions are all in various ways incompatible with the personalistic view of the sexual self-realization of the human person.

Perhaps the most striking feature of the book is that Wojtyla appeals throughout to ordinary, human experience, logically examined. He draws support for his views on the proper gratification of sexual needs, on birth control, and on other matters, from the findings of physiologists and psychologists. His conclusions coincide with the traditional teachings of the Church, which invoke scriptural authority. His approach ensures that non-Christians also can consider his arguments on their own merits.

http://www.amazon.com/Love-Responsibility-Karol-Wojtyla/dp/0898704456

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“Holding on to Hope” “Hope Thrives In Hardship”-Dr. Scott Hahn -Here he explains the distinction between the belief that “once saved, always saved,” and the Catholic belief that followers of Christ may have the “assurance of hope.” “Despair is like an act of spiritual suicide,” explained Hahn. “You are never beyond the saving reach of God’s all-powerful mercy. His love and his capacity to save us is always greater than our capacity to sin, if only we turn and repent.”


Published on Jun 22, 2012
http://faithandreason.com
Dr. Scott Hahn, the Fr. Michael Scanlan Chair in Biblical Theology and the New Evangelization, spoke to Franciscan University of Steubenville’s 2010 Defending the Faith Conference “Be Transformed by the Renewal of Your Mind.” This is a 20 minute excerpt from the larger talk “Should Catholics Have Assurance of Salvation?”

Here he explains the distinction between the belief that “once saved, always saved,” and the Catholic belief that followers of Christ may have the “assurance of hope.” “Despair is like an act of spiritual suicide,” explained Hahn. “You are never beyond the saving reach of God’s all-powerful mercy. His love and his capacity to save us is always greater than our capacity to sin, if only we turn and repent.”

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What is the “New Evangelization?” with Dr. Scott Hahn -“The Fire In Our Heart!” “We have to re-evangelize a de-Christianized world” Pope John Paul II Called For New Evangelization in 1983 and again 1992 recognizing the need for “The World Youth Day” in 1993 (in Colorado) to begin building a New World In Christ. —Join World Youth Day In Rio, Brazil In July 2013!!

Dr. Scott Hahn explains what the “new evangelization” is.

Dr. Scott Hahn was born in 1957, and has been married to his wife Kimberly since 1979. He and Kimberly have six children and are expecting their fifth grandchild. An exceptionally popular speaker and teacher, Dr. Hahn has delivered numerous talks nationally and internationally on a wide variety of topics related to Scripture and the Catholic faith. Hundreds of these talks have been produced on audio and videotapes by St. Joseph Communications. His talks have been effective in helping thousands of Protestants and fallen away Catholics to (re)embrace the Catholic faith.

He is currently a Professor of Theology and Scripture at Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he has taught since 1990, and is the founder and director of the Saint Paul Center for Biblical Theology. In 2005, he was appointed as the Pope Benedict XVI Chair of Biblical Theology and Liturgical Proclamation at St. Vincent Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Hahn is also the bestselling author of numerous books including The Lamb’s Supper, Reasons to Believe, and Rome Sweet Home (co-authored with his wife, Kimberly). Some of his newest books are Many Are Called, Hope for Hard Times, The Catholic Bible Dictionary, Covenant and Communion, and Signs of Life.

Scott received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a triple-major in Theology, Philosophy, and Economics from Grove City College, Pennsylvania in 1979, his Masters of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 1982, and his Ph.D. in Biblical Theology from Marquette University in 1995. Scott has ten years of youth and pastoral ministry experience in Protestant congregations (in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Massachusetts, Kansas, and Virginia) and is a former Professor of Theology at Chesapeake Theological Seminary. He was ordained in 1982 at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Fairfax, Virginia. He entered the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil, 1986.

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Father Robert Barron comments on “Eucharistic Adoration” -‘No One in the Bible has ever been Given an Experience of God without also being Given a Mission which will Always Be a Mission of Love because that is what Jesus Is. Love. when you take God into you that’s what You Become, Love.”-Father Barron -“Listen to God…and Feel the Fire Of God Within Your Heart. He Is There In Your Heart. Listen. Hear. Feel. See. Trust, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.”-Owen Joseph Tierney Jr./shannan suzzette taylor

Father Robert Barron comments on “Eucharistic Adoration” -‘No One in the Bible has ever been Given an Experience of God without also being Given a Mission which will Always Be a Mission of Love because that is what Jesus Is. Love. when you take God into you that’s what You Become, Love.”-Father Barron -“Listen to God…and Feel the Fire Of God Within Your Heart. He Is There In Your Heart. Listen. Hear. Feel. See. Trust, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.”-Owen Joseph/shannan suzzette

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit http://www.wordonfire.org/

Additional comments from Fr. Barron on the “Real Presence in the Eucharist”

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Father Robert Barron comments on “Eucharistic Adoration” -‘No One in the Bible has ever been Given an Experience of God without also being Given a Mission which will Always Be a Mission of Love because that is what Jesus Is. Love. when you take God into you that’s what You Become, Love.”-Father Barron -“Listen to God…and Feel the Fire Of God Within Your Heart. He Is There In Your Heart. Listen. Hear. Feel. See. Trust, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.”-Owen Joseph Tierney Jr./shannan suzzette taylor

Father Robert Barron comments on “Eucharistic Adoration” -‘No One in the Bible has ever been Given an Experience of God without also being Given a Mission which will Always Be a Mission of Love because that is what Jesus Is. Love. when you take God into you that’s what You Become, Love.”-Father Barron -“Listen to God…and Feel the Fire Of God Within Your Heart. He Is There In Your Heart. Listen. Hear. Feel. See. Trust, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.”-Owen Joseph Tierney Jr./shannan suzzette taylor
Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit http://www.wordonfire.org/

Additional comments from Fr. Barron on the “Real Presence in the Eucharist”

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Alice Von Hildebrand on “Love and Suffering: first, the moment you start loving you start trembling because you can’t protect your beloved from everything in life. when you start to truly love you start to tremble. and, once you truly love you want to share in the suffering of your beloved, “to suffer with” compassion. you want to hold their hand in sickness and in death. you always want to be with them. yet, the most sublime love is not only “to suffer with” but “to suffer for” your beloved. you want to take their pain as your own and give your life for theirs. the most sublime love is to sacrifice yourself completely for another, as Jesus did for us. so it is love and suffering are one. you cannot remove the Cross when you follow Jesus. the Cross is always there to show us the way to real Love in Christ Jesus. that is the deep love between man and wife, mother and child, sacrificial love, love and suffering with devotion, joy, and faith.”

Alice Von Hildebrand on “Love and Suffering: first, the moment you start loving you start trembling because you can’t protect your beloved from everything in life. when you start to truly love you start to tremble. and, once you truly love you want to share in the suffering of your beloved, “to suffer with” compassion. you want to hold their hand in sickness and in death. you always want to be with them. yet, the most sublime love is not only “to suffer with” but “to suffer for” your beloved. you want to take their pain as your own and give your life for theirs. the most sublime love is to sacrifice yourself completely for another, as Jesus did for us. so it is love and suffering are one. you cannot remove the Cross when you follow Jesus. the Cross is always there to show us the way to real Love in Christ Jesus. that is the deep love between man and wife, mother and child, sacrificial love, love and suffering with devotion, joy, and faith.”

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