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@FrSteveGrunow Wonderful homily, Bishop Barron. We must also pray non-stop for others who do not want to forgive us. Only prayer can help them change their stubborn hearts & minds.

I just started @WordOnFire Institute lesson from @ThinkerCatholic "From Books to Ballads: How Great Writers Form Wise Catholics" and it is unbelievably good. Gosh. Thanks so much, Dr. Tod!

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