Mrs. Cindy Lee Mishler
Thank you for this. I watched it on EWTN today 12/3/11, and it was great.
12/4/2011 3:49 AM
Bruce I. Tenney
Thank you for the effort to produce this series for the education of Catholicism ; it educated me of the current church not 40 some years ago.
12/29/2011 2:25 AM
I'm a route driver in the U.P. of Michigan and all I can receive on my vehicles radio is Non-Roman Catholic radio and they continuously bash the Church and it's teachings. I pray for the day when we can get Catholic radio in our area for the everyday traveling folks. Amen! This video is a must for teaching.
1/6/2012 4:20 AM
PAUL JOSEPH LEURCK
very beauutiful and inspiring....
1/10/2012 7:44 AM
Mary Kay Woodward
This appears to be something dearly needed. I've heard several parishes in California are sharing the series, and I hope to be able to participate in the learning experience soon.Thanks so much for the dedication to Our Lord's Plan!Love & true Joy in Jesus! Mary Kay
2/13/2012 8:58 PM
This will help bring back most lapsed Catholics, and convert many non-Catholics to Catholicism. Thanks Be To God!
2/19/2012 10:54 PM
I have never seen a more beautiful and complete explanation of the Catholic faith. Fr. Barron’s presentation appeals to Catholics of all ages. Thank you Fr. Barron for this amazing gift to the Catholic people. Yours in Christ,Kelly DeVille
2/23/2012 10:57 PM
I will be the leader or presenter at our church and would like to have the answers for the study quide as I would feel much more comfortableknowing I am presenting the answers correct.Thank you and blessings, Tree JohnsonSt. Peter the Fisherman, Arch Cape, Oregon
2/25/2012 5:08 PM
Karen N. Quintero
This is going to make tepid Catholics fall in love and will burn the hearts of those already in love with Catholicism.The series will be will be with me forever!!!
2/27/2012 11:55 AM
Great creation indeed, I thank God for all your work well done. May God bless you all.
3/14/2012 10:27 AM
You might be interested: the laterbirian-leaning center-right is social conservative, but not in the traditionalist (religious) way. They tend to support a small and clearly-defined social safety net that includes public-funded education, usually through vouchers that allow people to top up and spend more on education than the government dictates as a minimum. These programs will presumably help people develop economic skills and allow them to prosper and avoid causing social trouble. However, they oppose programs like universal healthcare, preferring healthcare welfare. Here, universal programs instill a culture of dependency, and lead to social trouble. For instance, you can see that before 1965, people used to save for their own retirement, healthcare, unemployment periods, and the education of their children. Now, consumer culture has taken over, not because of advertisers, but because people feel little responsibility to take care of themselves and their families. They choose to spend their money on luxuries and turn to Uncle Sam (or family members) to cover essentials such as education, healthcare, and pension. In fact, some social conservative thinkers theorize that the main difference between the rich Western countries the poor Eastern European countries is social in nature. Russia struggled under feudalism, mercantilism, socialism, and social democratic capitalism. While Sweden has more or less succeeded with liberal capitalism and social democratic capitalism. However, immigrants in Sweden, who have different cultural background, abuse the welfare system. So you could say that in the mind of a social conservative, the key to strong economy is having people who are not socially and morally hazardous.
3/24/2012 9:06 AM
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