Lenten gospel reflections bishop barron

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Lenten Gospel Reflection (3-18-2018) by Bishop Robert Barron

Bishop Robert Barron resolves to appreciate all that God has given us, and to find evidence of God in all things. Bishop Robert Barron laments the polarization of dialogue, which stands in the way of addressing vitally important issues. Bishop Barron details lessons about evangelizations we can learn from the ministry of the Apostle Paul. Bishop Robert Barron explains how a bill in the California legislature poses a danger to religious liberty for all Americans. Bishop Robert Barron discusses the viscerally disturbing film, Unplanned, and its potential effect on the pro-choice philosophy. Bishop Robert Barron discusses the cruel reaction to a video posted on social media, noting how easily the internet can be used for Satanic purposes.

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This year Lent begins on March 6th! Make this Lent a life changing spiritual encounter with Christ by learning more about Lent and the many things that you can do to grow deeper in Christ. Click here to Rediscover Lent. This week in Confirmation we discussed the relationship our faith has to the Sacrament of Baptism. Baptism is our gateway to life in Christ, and it plants the seed of faith within us. Take time this week to talk with your candidate about their baptism. Talk about the day, the people who were there, the priest who baptized them, and the church they were baptized in.

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