Friends, I was delighted to speak to the students at Westmont College about being kingly leaders in the Church. Our basic human problem comes from listening to our own voices, rather than the higher voice of God, who directs us to maintain and support unity within our communities. Those who lead God’s people—Abraham, David, the saints, and we in our own times—must attend faithfully to the word of the Lord, and thereby live out our sacred calling.
Bishop Barron’s Westmont College Chapel Talk
by Bishop Robert BarronOctober 22, 2020
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