• Maureen

    Absolutely beautiful!

  • joseph

    grace in the wilderness

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    Thanks for viewing Maureen! Just curious, what was your favorite scene?

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    thanks for carrying the crane to capture that grace!

  • Greg Rice

    Great stuff, Seth. Keep up the good work

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    Much oblige Greg. This is only the beginning!

  • Mike Degitis

    Seth, it was such a blessing to have you join Aquinas Alpine! What an awesome video my friend, it was great to get to know you on the hike up!

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    Mike, it was an honor to share Mass with you at 14,000 feet above sea level Just curious, what was your favorite part of FJ’s story?

  • Mike Degitis

    Dude I loved how the story just absolutely came alive with the realization of a conversion. Right then and there we come to see the glory in suffering and that’s brought alive not only in the Eucharist but the mountains and everything that surrounds us.

  • Claudia

    Wonderful! Inspiring message, good quality video!

  • dbarto667

    God bless Fr John Nepil.

  • Jen Samayoa

    This made me think of the song ‘The Answer’ by Shane & Shane. Father Nepil found THE ONE who offers an answer to all suffering and all searching. Seth, this was awesome.

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    Thanks Jen for watching! Just curious, what was your favorite shot?

  • http://www.facebook.com/joseph.demoor Joseph M. DeMoor

    A very moving testimony that should be a part of every faith formation study program for teens in our Catholic Church. Thank your team for the 14000 plus climb and outreach ministry.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mark.w.westhoff Mark William Westhoff

    I’ve heard this story before, as Father John is one of my parish priests, but you made an already beautiful narrative come alive in a whole new way, Seth! The story of that priest leaving the 99 to pursue him, and how he helped to affect such a powerful and lasting conversion, is absolutely beautiful and inspiring for all of us who are trying to follow Christ’s call for evangelization .

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    Favorite shot Mark? Thanks for watching and sharing. FJ is in the perfect spot there in Boulder.

  • JPB in CO

    Absolutely beautiful and inspiring! We are blessed to know Fr. John as well. He is a great role model for our young people. We are still waiting, hoping and praying for our lost coin…sheep….Thankful for all those who share their stories here.

  • http://www.facebook.com/coryheimann Cory Heimann

    Great work, awesome piece. What’s the music in this video?

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    -Music Artists: Xx, Gregory Alan Isakov, Efterklang
    Thanks for watching Cory, means a lot to get your feedback. More to come soon

  • http://www.facebook.com/Lita.hoff.143 Helen Lita Hoff

    Thank you Father John for sharing your beautiful and meaningful story. Finally, i can place a face with your voice :) Keep up the great work and blessings to you …

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  • Mary Bradley

    Have known Fr. John as our parish priest for over a year, always knew he was Blessed, a very special person, now I know why everything he says resonates in my heart and soul, he is an awesome gift!!

  • GaryLockhart

    Trustful surrender to Divine providence.

  • Kate

    Love, love love. That was great. I hope I can be there for a mass at 14k+ ft someday.

  • http://plusjames.tumblr.com James

    This is excellent Seth! Great production value, really glad to see this coming from OBS.

  • Becca Messall

    Seth, this is beautiful. Favorite shot was at 2:25 when you pan upwards. I got chills.

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    Thank you Becca for viewing Fr John’s story. 2:25 was indeed an epic moment.

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    For all those that liked this video, if you could toss up a quick prayer for all of our current donors who made this happen; and also for more people to become supporters of this mission so that we can continue to bring epic footage to computer screens around the world. THanks ahead of time. In Christ

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  • dbarto667

    Fr John Nepel : just watching 3-18-13- the Journey Home on EWTN on Fr John Saward an Anglican priest who with his wife were brought to the Catholic Church through The Incarnation at a Catholic Mass in a Catholic Church in England.What captivates me is he looks exactly like my saintly Uncle-Fr.John Capuano -who must be filled with joy in heaven on hearing this testimony to my uncles life on earth.

  • http://www.facebook.com/maureen.sullivan.9085 Maureen Sullivan

    When I consider what God did for you and look at the youth of today it makes me realize that there is hope and that God is like the hound of heaven—–loving and persistently pursuiing us. God bless you Father Seth

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    Maureen, thanks for your inspiring words. I hope your story is someday shared with others on this mission!

  • dbarto667

    As Mother Angelica has said many times :”What a wonderful world God has created.”God works through people and He is asking us now to perfect what He has so magnificently created by doing His will on earth as it is in heaven.Peace be with you.

  • Fr. Philip Kemmy

    See your taking it to a whole new level Seth. A wonderful piece of film and a wonderful testimony from this priest.

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  • dbarto667

    Father John:God has made a magnificent world for us to care for.Today,on beautiful Cape Cod we are having a magnificernt sunny day.
    Everyday for 12 hrs- 17 gas -fed vehicles pass by my Main St window per minute.This is true in Denver,Colorado;Boston,Massachusetts,Rio de Janeiro,and every city and hamlet in this modern world.Pray for this world that it will always be as beautiful as it is in the mountains of magnificent Colorado.Peace be with you.God bless us all.

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  • arejaybee

    This is so powerful! Is there a way the you can share it on youtube?