What does it mean to say that “God’s love is limitless?” The people gathered in the JQH were hoping that Matt Fradd had the answer. After all, his talk was entitled “Limitless Love.”
Here is what Matt had to say on the matter: “I don’t know what (limitless love) means, and I would like to invite you to consider that you don’t know either.” Knowing that the talk could not just end there, Matt tried to describe times in his life where he might have come close to experiencing God’s limitless love.
In his talk “Alive Inside,” Fr. Chris Martin instructed teens on how they could reclaim their minds for a truly abundant life.
Sticking with last night’s themes of the shepherd and the thief, Fr. Martin explained how the devil constantly attacks God’s faithful ones. But he doesn’t strike where you are strong, where you are certain of your own ability and full of God’s love. The devil comes to you when you are down, when you are afraid and lonely. He launches an assault on your weakness and is constantly searching for your next Achilles’ heel.
When a guy speaks in an Australian accent – and yes, it’s real – most of us listen just a little more attentively. And it’s a good thing, especially when Matt Fradd is speaking.
After making fun of his accent, and ours – Matt led us in a beautiful acoustic guitar version of the Hail Mary so that we could consecrate his talk and the rest of the weekend to our Blessed Mother. Then he dove right into his inspired talk.
Statistics indicate that only about 25% of college students will still be practicing their faith by the time they graduate. Brian Kissinger hoped that the graduated seniors at Steubenville this weekend will help increase that statistic.
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