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Would You Like to Have a Deeper, More Powerful Lent This Year? Father Robert Barron is Providing Free Daily Reflections Delivered to Your Inbox

Join over 60,000 others who have signed up to draw deeper into their faith this season.

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    CHICAGO, IL, March 01, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- During Lent this year, Word on Fire's Father Robert Barron is offering daily reflections delivered free to your email each day.

Beginning Ash Wednesday, March 5 until Easter Sunday, April 20, there will be daily short reflections for participants drawing them nearer to Christ during this Holy time. All you have to do is go to: and sign up!

Father Robert Barron is an author, speaker and one of the leading theologians in the Catholic church. He is also the founder of the global media ministry "Word On Fire," which reaches millions of people by utilizing the tools of new media to draw people into or back to the Catholic Faith. He currently serves as the Rector-President of Mundelein Seminary/University of St. Mary of the Lake.

Father Barron also works with NBC News in New York as an on-air contributor and analyst. He has published numerous books, essays and DVD programs, and his articles on theology and the spiritual life appear frequently online and in numerous journals. In addition, he has posted more than 350 cultural commentaries on YouTube, which have been collectively viewed more than ten million times.

For deeper reflection throughout Lent, there will also be exclusive videos from Father Barron, special discount codes for new products, and giveaways including DVDs, CDs, signed books, and more.

Go to and sign up. Please invite your friends, family members, priests, and fellow parishioners to journey through Lent with you and thousands of others!

Join over 60,000 subscribers on this journey!

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Lent Reflections with Father Robert Barron

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