75 Replies to “Bishop Barron on Having a “Personal Relationship” with Jesus”

  1. Thats just so true and real mysticism and true love of God, what felt the greatest Saints.. in Catholic Church, like Therese, for example ( im french ) .. and you should talk to the ("pope "') francis, that dared to say its ' HARMFUL to have a personal relationship with Jesus "..

  2. Well, I always though Latin 2nd person pronouns had a strict singular/plural division – no royal 'we' (or 'vous'/'you'). In English, KJB [i.e. source of {or at least citing} the English Pater Noster to this date] does the same , perhaps deliberately for tightness of translation – given that Shakespeare, roughly contemporary, messes around with these 'honorific' forms. Interestingly, the Decalogue is also given in 'thou shalt…' clauses. Nice point, but why misinform us about Latin?

  3. Love this. Some year ago, i met Him – after 35 years of professed Christianity. But, in coming to know Him, to walk in His Presence… Oh my! That is a completely different and wonderful thing!

  4. I've always preferred using words like thou thy thee thine I feel it rolls off my mind and soul more easily and allows me to meditate on the conversation Singing in a choir I am well aware of the new supposed inclusive language using you and your loses something O Lord my God when I in awesome wonder consider all the worlds Thy hands have made

  5. I’m a cradle Catholic, but I had never heard anyone mentioned a personal relationship with Jesus until after I turned 64. I first heard of this idea during a bible studying session, when one non-Catholic Christian said: “It doesn’t matter what church you belong to; your personal relationship with Jesus is all that is important.” I didn’t agree for I was taught that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church, but not knowing what to say, I remained silent. I thought: Wow! What’s a good way to keep people away from church. I quickly forgot about this idea, but a few weeks later, I heard the same expression, this time from a practicing Catholic. Again, I didn’t agree nor did I know what to say; I brushed off the idea as no more than an attempt to be politically correct. I didn’t think about this idea afterward, but then, it hit me one day when a priest told the same group, myself included, that until recently, he didn’t know that our relationship with Jesus is so important. Well! I was perplexed, but at least he didn’t say, it doesn’t matter what church you belong to, I thought. I pondered upon what he said, and decided to check it out. And, behold, here’s what I found, Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 299, 796, 1309: (299) Because God creates through wisdom, his creation is ordered: "You have arranged all things by measure and number and weight."151 The universe, created in and by the eternal Word, the "image of the invisible God", is destined for and addressed to man, himself created in the "image of God" and called to a personal relationship with God.152 (796) The unity of Christ and the Church, head and members of one Body, also implies the distinction of the two within a personal relationship. (1039) In the presence of Christ, who is Truth itself, the truth of each man's relationship with God will be laid bare.624 (See CCC for full text and foot notes 151, 152,and 624)

    Wow! I had no idea that calling to a personal relationship with God is the teaching of the Catholic Church. But here it is. Written down in black and white. So I accept, I believe, and I submit myself to the teaching of the Catholic Church.

    Now, knowing that a personal relationship with Jesus is important, I asked myself, “What is my personal relationship with Jesus? Is it a hi-and-bye relationship, or is it a close one? ” I know my personal relationship with Jesus is better than just hi-and-bye, but I can’t quantify it. I wondered if spending one hour weekly with Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration, or celebrating His life, death, and resurrection in the Holy Mass indicative of a close relationship. I don’t know what I ought to do to foster a personal relationship with Jesus, but I do know what Jesus wants me to do to have the closest, the most intimate personal relationship with Him. He wants me to eat His flesh and drink His blood so that I can remain in Him and He in me. He said: Jn 6: 56, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him.” Can any relationship be more personal, more intimate, or closer than to be in each other?

    So to the friends who told me about a personal relationship with Jesus, I thank you. I apologize for considering your good words as a way to keep people away from church, and as an attempt to be politically correct. I now believe that a personal relationship with Jesus is all that is important, but, my friends, if you want to have a close personal relationship with Jesus, close enough to remain in Him and He in you; it does matter what church you belong to.

  6. A personal relationship with JESUS CHRIST? Simple. Just talk to HIM in His Name leaving out any other name esp His long Dead n long Gone mother. Please read yr Holy Bible WORD from The Gospel of St John Chapter 14 Verse 6!!

  7. "Personal relationship" is a vague term full of emotional uncertainty. What is important is that we love God with our whole heart through His son Jesus the Christ,  who as His begotten son is our brother and example to follow through our own adoption in baptism.

  8. I’m a cradle Catholic, but I had never heard anyone mentioned a personal relationship with Jesus until after I turned 64. I first heard of this idea during a bible studying session, when one non-Catholic Christian said: “It doesn’t matter what church you belong to; your personal relationship with Jesus is all that is important.” I didn’t agree for I was taught that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church, but not knowing what to say, I remained silent. I thought: Wow! What’s a good way to keep people away from church. I quickly forgot about this idea, but a few weeks later, I heard the same expression, this time from a practicing Catholic. Again, I didn’t agree nor did I know what to say; I brushed off the idea as no more than an attempt to be politically correct. I didn’t think about this idea afterward, but then, it hit me one day when a priest told the same group, myself included, that until recently, he didn’t know that our relationship with Jesus is so important. Well! I was perplexed, but at least he didn’t say, it doesn’t matter what church you belong to, I thought. I pondered upon what he said, and decided to check it out. And, behold, here’s what I found, Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 299, 796, 1309: (299) Because God creates through wisdom, his creation is ordered: "You have arranged all things by measure and number and weight."151 The universe, created in and by the eternal Word, the "image of the invisible God", is destined for and addressed to man, himself created in the "image of God" and called to a personal relationship with God.152 (796) The unity of Christ and the Church, head and members of one Body, also implies the distinction of the two within a personal relationship. (1039) In the presence of Christ, who is Truth itself, the truth of each man's relationship with God will be laid bare.624 (See CCC for full text and foot notes 151, 152,and 624)

    Wow! I had no idea that calling to a personal relationship with God is the teaching of the Catholic Church. But here it is. Written down in black and white. So I accept, I believe, and I submit myself to the teaching of the Catholic Church.

    Now, knowing that a personal relationship with Jesus is important, I asked myself, “What is my personal relationship with Jesus? Is it a hi-and-bye relationship, or is it a close one? ” I know my personal relationship with Jesus is better than just hi-and-bye, but I can’t quantify it. I wondered if spending one hour weekly with Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration, or celebrating His life, death, and resurrection in the Holy Mass indicative of a close relationship. I don’t know what I ought to do to foster a personal relationship with Jesus, but I do know what Jesus wants me to do to have the closest, the most intimate personal relationship with Him. He wants me to eat His flesh and drink His blood so that I can remain in Him and He in me. He said: Jn 6: 56, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him.” Can any relationship be more personal, more intimate, or closer than to be in each other?

    So to the friends who told me about a personal relationship with Jesus, I thank you. I apologize for considering your good words as a way to keep people away from church, and as an attempt to be politically correct. I now believe that a personal relationship with Jesus is all that is important, but, my friends, if you want to have a close personal relationship with Jesus, close enough to remain in Him and He in you; it does matter what church you belong to.

  9. Prophet Muhammad pbuh is mentioned by name in the Song of Solomon chapter 5 verse 16 Hikko Mamittakim we kullo Muhammadim Zehdoodeh wa Zehraee Bayna Jerusalem. His mouth is most sweet yea he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem

  10. I’m a cradle Catholic, but I had never heard anyone mentioned a personal relationship with Jesus until after I turned 64. I first heard of this idea during a bible studying session, when one non-Catholic Christian said: “It doesn’t matter what church you belong to; your personal relationship with Jesus is all that is important.” I didn’t agree for I was taught that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church, but not knowing what to say, I remained silent. I thought: Wow! What’s a good way to keep people away from church. I quickly forgot about this idea, but a few weeks later, I heard the same expression, this time from a practicing Catholic. Again, I didn’t agree nor did I know what to say; I brushed off the idea as no more than an attempt to be politically correct. I didn’t think about this idea afterward, but then, it hit me one day when a priest told the same group, myself included, that until recently, he didn’t know that our relationship with Jesus is so important. Well! I was perplexed, but at least he didn’t say, it doesn’t matter what church you belong to, I thought. I pondered upon what he said, and decided to check it out. And, behold, here’s what I found, Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 299, 796, 1309: (299) Because God creates through wisdom, his creation is ordered: "You have arranged all things by measure and number and weight."151 The universe, created in and by the eternal Word, the "image of the invisible God", is destined for and addressed to man, himself created in the "image of God" and called to a personal relationship with God.152 (796) The unity of Christ and the Church, head and members of one Body, also implies the distinction of the two within a personal relationship. (1039) In the presence of Christ, who is Truth itself, the truth of each man's relationship with God will be laid bare.624 (See CCC for full text and foot notes 151, 152,and 624)

    Wow! I had no idea that calling to a personal relationship with God is the teaching of the Catholic Church. But here it is. Written down in black and white. So I accept, I believe, and I submit myself to the teaching of the Catholic Church.

    Now, knowing that a personal relationship with Jesus is important, I asked myself, “What is my personal relationship with Jesus? Is it a hi-and-bye relationship, or is it a close one? ” I know my personal relationship with Jesus is better than just hi-and-bye, but I can’t quantify it. I wondered if spending one hour weekly with Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration, or celebrating His life, death, and resurrection in the Holy Mass indicative of a close relationship. I don’t know what I ought to do to foster a personal relationship with Jesus, but I do know what Jesus wants me to do to have the closest, the most intimate personal relationship with Him. He wants me to eat His flesh and drink His blood so that I can remain in Him and He in me. He said: Jn 6: 56, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him.” Can any relationship be more personal, more intimate, or closer than to be in each other?

    So to the friends who told me about a personal relationship with Jesus, I thank you. I apologize for considering your good words as a way to keep people away from church, and as an attempt to be politically correct. I now believe that a personal relationship with Jesus is all that is important, but, my friends, if you want to have a close personal relationship with Jesus, close enough to remain in Him and He in you; it does matter what church you belong to.

  11. U know that there r those u study the bible in depth 8 days a week. Like any subject if u really chase it contiuosly you'll become knowledgable and look at all angles. If a man made denomination teaches from out side scripture you can compare, but give the choice of man made beliefs and God's word I'm going with God's word. U need 2 check it out 4 yourself. I'm not into he say she say.

  12. Where in the Scriptures are we advised to pray to spirits of to invoke the assistance of Mary because she has " more ,influence" on our behalf, , to use the rosary. ? You Roman Catholics believe that the Cross was an unfinished work, and that we should venerate people whom pope's have pronounced as ," saints " Only Hodckniws who is a saint.

  13. Jesus in the Eucharist…..doesn't get more personal than that! 🙂 Archbishop Peter Sartain is my Archbishop!!

  14. Perhaps my circumstances that allowed me to meet Jesus before religion makes this topic of great interest to me. As a 4-year-old, I was sexually assaulted, and of course my discovery was that there is no other human being that will be able to protect you in the world. This is where I heard His voice and my hand in his. I knew His voice (like any member of His flock recognizes His voice) and the promise was given to me that if I hold onto His hand, I would never be at the mercy of another ever again. I think it is unfortunate that we all can't remember meeting Him before we could even speak (I did not speak until I was 5 years old). All of our lives would be so different. For me, there is nothing about Jesus that isn't personal. It took me time to realize that the Shepherd is not only my intimate friend, but was Creator of the Universe and all that entails. My relationship with Jesus is a case of "I knew Him when". Love your videos Bishop Barron. God bless you in your work.

  15. Thank you, Bishop Barron.
    I’ve always wondered and struggled before, especially with my personal relationship with Jesus, but your videos has helped me grow in faith.
    Please pray for me.
    God bless you.

  16. I can't have a relationship with someone who never existed. Yes I deny Jesus Christ's very existence because there are little to no records of him.

  17. This cleric never once mentioned how 2 have a personal relationship with Jesus. He wad all over the place quoting authors which had nothing 3 do with the subject line.

  18. MY PRAYERS AND MY DAILY REPENTANCE AND MY LOVE FOR GOD ALMIGHTY ARE ALL PERSONAL. I DO HAVE A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST. TIMOTHY 2.5 THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE MEDIATOR BETWEEN MAN AND GOD THE MAN CHRIST JESUS. THAT'S WHY. HE'S MY SAVIOUR.

  19. Fuck, I completely failed on this one. I needed this nine years ago. It would have made a profound difference in my relationship at the time. If she ever comes back it's only by the hand of God. I did the best with what I had.

    Thank you, Your Excellency.

  20. You people are like children, coz you talk to your imaginary friends. And you fuckers tell your kids Santa ain’t real

  21. Bishop Baron what are your thoughts on bishop barron on Ravi Zacharias? Have you done a video on him? Is he someone Catholics should not listen to or watch?

  22. Thank you Bishop Barron for this wonderful message! You have touched so deeply my life.

    Praise be Jesus and Mary, forever. Amen.

  23. As a protestant, I commend your bravery for saying this. We can all talk to God directly. It is foolish to think we need a human intercessor. I hope Catholics ask themselves why the papacy would state this lie. The pope is not infallible but self seeking. Why do you follow an establishment that you know to go against the bible? #walkaway #seekHimfirst

  24. I found the Euchsrist to be a beautiful and wonderful way to have an intimate relationship with Jesus. Very powerful. I look forward to the Eucharist even daily. What peace, love, comfort, is the Holy Eucharist is. Amen…

  25. I know Jesus like a brother. I know that he is currently heartbroken that he is being used as a springboard to perform somersaults to put afterburners on Satan's greed.

    The real Bible of the counting corpses is balance sheets, ledgers and bottom lines. Completely absent of light, warmth, love, joy, magic, beauty, meaning and wisdom.

    Satan and the counting corpses think that they are so sneaky, clever and brilliant, that Jesus doesn't see this.

    I know that this is repulsive to Jesus and an insult to his intelligence.

  26. Consoling the Heart of Jesus is a great book to read for this. It’s like a mini retreat with a focus on the writings of St Faustina. Very personal.

  27. There is such a huge difference between an I-Thou relationship, and an I-it relationship with God. That is the difference of Christianity.

  28. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2KZDQSxwF4

    Well, I was recently at USCCB general meeting ended with a morning prayer, wonderful morning prayer, with Benediction mourning prayer and so on, but at the heart of
    it was a sermon given by an abp Peter S. of Seatle, who's been a great leader of the church and a friend for some years. And he and I both have a great devotion to Peter Georgio Frassatti – a wonderful Italian saint from the beginning of the XX century. And he talked about him. But you know what really struck me in his wonderful sermon was a reference to the Great Catherine of Siena. And as you know, one of the most remarkable features of this remarkable woman's life was her real intimacy with so many of the heavenly figures. She had this intense personal dialog conversation with Blessed Mother, with the saints, and with the Lord Himself. And abp relate a story that her spiritual director, Raymon of C. had told, that she had been reciting the office walking up and down the cloister. But she was reciting it in communion with Jesus, who was mystically visible to her. And they would exchange the Psalms the way you'd do it in a choir. And when she come to the end of the Psalm, as the liturgical custom she would recite the Glory be, but here's how she would do it. She'd say: Glory be to the Father and to Thee, and to the Holy Spirit because she was speaking directly to Jesus. Prayer was not sth abstract for her. She was not in trying to commune with some distant power, it was a very intimate personal conversation. And abp started inviting us to reflect a bit on her use of the word 'Thee'. Now it's interesting. In her latin, she would have said Gloria Patri, et Tibi… – and to You, but she was using the more familiar form, the more intimate form. So you know that in a lot of languages,

    Latin included, the second personal pronoun has both a formal and an informal mode. You can say 'you' formally to someone you've just met or to whom you have a distant relationship or you can say 'you' in a more intimate way. Like you know: 'du' vs 'Sie' in German, or 'tu' vs 'vous..' in French, etc. And what he asked us to see was that 'Thee' in English, in older English, is that intimate form of the second person pronoun. Even though in the odd way that the English has developed, the spoken English, we tend to think of like 'Thee' and 'Thou' and Thy as being very formal and kind of legal, but in fact, it's just the opposite. That 'you' and 'yours' – that was the more formal version, but 'Thee, and Thou and Thy' – that's the more intimate way you can speak to a child or to a friend, or to someone that you are close to. And then he said 'remember, in our prayers, we can service Our Father who art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy Name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done…' And Hail Mary, right? Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with Thee…Blessed art Thou among women. So the 'art Thou' that's the familiar form. How wonderful that in our most exalted prayers we invoke God and Blessed Mother in this deeply personal way. Well, this is not just a curiosity. This is revealing sth of a great moment about Christianity. Contrast it for example to philosophies and mysticisms of the Ancient world. APlatonism comes to mind, a Plotinism, Gnosticism, all those systems would speak of the divine, of some great ontological source, some high mystical principle of all things. But you never dream of addressing that power with the intimate form. You never say 'Thou' to that source, to that power. And ofc the ancient philosophies have an echo in more contemporary thought. So go back to a deism, that was so populat in the XVIII century – it influenced our founding fathers. They were talking about you know the first principle of the universe, or think of the pantheist mysticism of Fredrich Schleiermacher and the Ralph W. Emmerson in the XIX century. And they ofc have an echo in the new age spiritualities of our own time. Again, all those talk about the divine or the sacred, some mistical source, but you be hard pressed in the Schleiermacherian or Emersonian or NewAge perspective to address this power as Thou. And then there's the Bible. Then there is the Bible. Don't tell me for example that the Bible is just one more iteration of the monomyth, or the Bible is one more version of the universal religious story. It is not! The Bible knows all about God's transcendence. It knows all about this awful, uncontrollable, inscrutable, power of the Creator of the universe, so the Bible is no ignorance of those great mistical hights. But at the same time, the Bible says: God is a Person, who has created us individually, who loves us personally, who guides us and who draw us ultimately into his own life. Not find that in Plato, you will not find that in Platonism, you will not find that in Emmerson or Schleiermacher or the New Age. Keep pressing it, the Bible then speaks of this personal God, who pitches His tent among us, that's saint John's beautiful language. That the word became flesh and dwelled we say, but the Hebrew or the Greek has the sense of pitching His tent among us. God becomes one of us, in such a remarkable fashion that in Jesus he says: 'I no longer call you slaves, but friends'. Let's that sink in – the peculiarity of the biblical Christianity. The peculiarity of biblical Christianity. That God, the High God, the Creator of the Heaven and Earth, the inscrutable, uncontrollable, ineffable, transcendent mystery of God calls us 'friends'. So that we can respond to Him as 'Thou'. There is a world of difference. And in fact, Christianity turns those other mysticisms under head. This matters so much I think for our contemporary concern for evangelization. What's evangelization? It's not just sharing ideas of Christianity, as important as that is. I'm an idea guy, I spent my whole life teaching and writing, you know, but the evangelization is the introduction of someone into a friendship with Jesus Christ into a relationship with Him, and as the old adage has it: 'nemo dat quad dot habit – nobody gives what he doesn't have. One of the reasons we don't evangelize effectively I think, is – a lot of even professed Christians don't walk personally with Jesus. And I'm not gonna say you know that's just some kind of a bored again christianity – that's Christianity, simply, you know that we walk personally with Christ. Once you do that, once you address Him with the word 'Tho'u, once you know that you have a friendship with the Lord, then you're able to share it. And that's what real evangelization is all about.

  29. Oh how you words bless my soul…may Grace keep and bless you Bishop.
    It's clearer only to those who have experienced him!
    Thank you deeply

  30. The “personal relationship with Jesus” thing is a little confusing in light of the Trinity. I get the fact that the Word became flesh. But it’s still confusing to extract the second person from the Trinity and only have a relationship with him. Why not have a relationship with the whole Trinity rather than just one person from it?

  31. How do you walk with someone absent? Who doesn’t say anything audibly? This is something I’ve never understood

  32. I love the practice of building a personal relationship with the divine, but it is very ignorant to say that Christianity is the only religion or spiritual path that promotes this concept. Building personal relationships with gods was a major practice in all of the old African religions as well as other tribal and shamanic traditions around the wold. The voodoo lowa also promote forming personal relationships with them. (There is much more in common with Voodoo and Catholicism than Catholics will ever admit, and I think it is very telling how Voodoo practitioners have no trouble incorporating catholic principals, angels and saint into their practices, but Catholics wont touch Voodoo with a ten foot pole.) Jesus himself admitted that his message was meant for Jews in Israel and no one else, because other cultures already had their own gods that were meant specifically for them. Yahweh was meant to be the God of Israel, not the god of the entire world. El was the one who created the world and then split up the globe amongst all of his children (literally every other god from every other religion) so that every god would have their own region of worshipers. So by all means, form a personal relationship with Jesus, but if he isn’t resonating with you, there are plenty of other gods out there to choose from. They all come from the same source, they all love you deeply although will show that love in different ways, and are all equally worthy of worship.

  33. Why do you think that Voodoo practitioners have no problem incorporating Jesus, the saints and angels and other catholic teachings into their practices, and still get satisfying results, but Catholics wont touch Voodoo with a ten foot pole? If the Voodoo Lowa were actually servants of the devil, then you would think that trying to incorporate catholic practices would be disastrous, but that never seems to be the case, the the Lowa seem to get along just fine with Jesus, the saints and the angels. I have heard many Voodoo practitioners say that Voodoo actually helped give them a greater or appreciation for Catholicism and catholic teachings, but Catholics still consider voodoo to be devil worship. So tell me, which one seems to be more inclusive, accepting and loving? Voodoo embraces Jesus, Mary, and all the saints with open arms, but Catholics refuse to show the Lowa the Same courtesy.

  34. Robert Barron, Catholics don't have a personal relationship with Jesus, a person has to be born again to have a relationship with Jesus, and you, like other Catholics have proved that you have no idea what being born again is.
    Catholics aren't saved, and that's a Biblical fact, if a Catholic ever got saved, they would leave the erroneous Catholic Church.
    I can prove that Catholics are a false religion with man made doctrines, but you cannot prove Catholics are the true Church.
    You don't find the Catholic Church, it's Pope's, priests, bishops, doctor or traditions in the Bible.
    Catholics twist the scriptures and the Greek, call God a liar and insult Jesus and what He has done for us, (And I can prove it)
    So whatever makes you think Catholics are right??.

  35. Word intimate,is very personal word.also ,in different languages.
    Why you doesn’t use word=“PERSONALLY. “- Word, for talk?Becouse, probably change this sick,change intimity for sex with childrenTHIS is pedofile language and don’t feel guilty,even prists,maybe think intimate= intimity sexuality.Stppe this,word,don’t used,becouse pedophilia is terrible Sin. Is spread in your society from Vatikan.
    I

  36. Of course true-believing Catholics have a personal relationship with Jesus! What could be more personal than eating His Body or drinking His Blood?

  37. The more tender and intimate term "thee" died pretty hard. In 1956, singer Pat Boone and the great movie composer Dmitri Tiomkin had a hit with the song, "Thee I Love." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqUx09Gl-S4 It was featured in the movie "Friendly Persuasion" about Quaker resistant to Civil War violence. Quakers once used the more intimate forms of the second person as a way of showing God's love.

  38. Can i challenge you guys? protestant looking into catholicism? i challenge you to pray direct personal prayer to Jesus, in a way that expresses your heart, rather than merely praying the rosary. yes, it does prove to be a great structural form of prayer which I LOVE , but, make it personal. "Father I love you, embrace me, make me yours, I SEEK YOUR FACE GOD I WANT MORE OF YOU LORD! MAKE ME LIKE YOU JESUS MAKE ME ALIGNED TO YOUR WILL! I love you so much Jesus! merely talking to Him challenges the way you look at Him in your life. He wants it to be personal and raw and real. I have openly been angry with Him and have vented many times to Him. It has genuinely strengthened my faith because the response is always I STILL LOVE YOU AND WANT YOU! I WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU OR FORSAKE YOU! It's so real when youre real with God. it changes things. i think that the common catholic faces the challenge of making God personal in their lives, along with many protestants that ive met. But for me personally, I know without a doubt who Jesus is in my life. He is my Savior and my Rabbai, God is my Heavenly Father. He loves me. He wants me. HE WANTS US! THAT FEELS SO GOOD TO BE WANTED BY THE CREATOR!

  39. Thanks only person you can have a intimite relationship with Jesus. Mary is a dinner just like us, she was a vessel although a sinner the Lord used. Praying to Mary is heresy.

  40. How can the so called True Church allow ethnic cleansing of Non-Catholics in the Middle Age is beyond my understanding..

  41. Thank you so very much for all of your wonderful, educational, and spiritual videos. This really touched my heart! May God bless you!

  42. Agree, always walked with Jesus in my life and art. I don't divide faith into doctrines off difference, in Catholicism and Prostantism., The former holds incredible transformations via Art and God. The other allowed us as you spoke to nurture a inter personal relationship with Christ. I feel it in my work, as an artist, or poet, when I walk in nature, or see a little child. These are his incredible gifts we need to savor and protect. Yet, sometime the Church, such is the world, gets sidetracked. Human nature, and so we look to the Stewards off the Gospel to stear the ship through the storms. Like Christ out to sea with the disciples, who fell asleep and awoke to a storm. But, this too like all other shall pass. God Bless.🇩🇰🇺🇸💜

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