In a recent interview, comedian Stephen Colbert was asked about the pain of losing his father and two brothers as a young boy. Colbert’s remarkable answer, which referenced a line by J.R.R. Tolkien, helps us see how God’s providential purposes stretch infinitely beyond what we can immediately grasp.
Bishop Barron on Stephen Colbert and Providence
by Bishop Robert BarronSeptember 3, 2015
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