God, seminarians & the pope

Jul 8, 2013

Over the weekend just past, Pope Francis met with seminarians in Rome. Below are three Youtube clips from the event. The first includes the address of Fr. Robert Barron. He speaks for less than 15 minutes, and his message is, as always, a powerful encouragement and challenge for all Christians.

“If God is real, and God is real, and if God is the supreme good, then the most adventurous exciting life would be a life dedicated to God”    Fr. Robert Barron.

Fr. Robert Barron begins at 23 minutes:

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