I cannot abide exploiting the propensity of Aggie Catholics to use the web as a mechanism to propel you past the likes of Fr. Mitch, Tim Staples, and Ray Guarendi, to name a few.No fair stacking the deck. Now excuse me while I vote for Fr. Barron a few more times.
Hey - you only get to vote once!I voted for 9 others as well. But, most others in the top 25 don't need the publicity like I do. :-)
So....I voted, for you, and after reading the list, I know only 7 or 8 names on the list. I will say that you are my favorite, you speak with an enthusiasm that is undeniable; and that you speak on a plethora of subjects with great knowledge and insight. So without kissing too much rear, I will stop. We Aggies are proud to have you around these parts.
Ahh. It appears that large sample properties are finally starting to kick in. Even so, you are holding a respectable position. Well done talk-boy.There should be sub-categories. You'd win "Most Likely to Use an Inspirational Expletive."Now, back to voting for Fr. Barron.
"A prophet is not without honour, save in his own country, and in his own house."
"[T]hey have followed the way of Balaam...rebuked for his own transgression; a dumb ass spoke with human voice and restrained the prophet's madness."
Keith, if I didn't know the context of the quote you give (Jude) then I would have to dis-invite you to dinner. :-pHere is what Jude says in response:"But these people revile what they do not understand and are destroyed by what they know by nature like irrational animals."
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