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“He will baptize you with the holy Spirit and fire.” Matthew 3:11

Jesus came to baptize us in the Holy Spirit, and the power and grace that comes from the baptism in the Holy Spirit changes lives. For the millions of Catholics worldwide who have had this experience it is a transforming grace that brings freedom, peace, and the very presense of God. Unfortunately for many Catholics the term “baptism in the Holy Spirit” is not a term with which they are familiar. In this segment we will discuss what the Baptism in the Holy Spirit is all about.

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Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR
Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR

Father Dave Pivonka, TOR, is well known to youth conference attendees from San Diego to Nova Scotia. An internationally popular speaker, he spends much of his time helping others come to know God’s love for them through his dynamic preaching, writing, CDs, and other spiritual outreaches. Father Dave’s books include Spiritual Freedom: God’s Life Changing Gift, Hiking the Camino: 500 Miles with Jesus, and the forthcoming Encounter Jesus: Discovery to Discipleship. He held several ministry positions at Franciscan University and also served as the director of Seminary Formation for his Franciscan community in Washington, D.C. Father Dave is presently the director of Franciscan Pathways, an evangelistic and preaching outreach of the TORs.

2 thoughts on “[Video] 3. Baptism in the Holy Spirit and Fire

  1. Peggy 3 years ago

    THIS IS AMAZING!! The Church has been waiting for this series. THANK YOU! Let’s get this out there to the world….so well explained…so beautifully done….so ANOINTED by the HOLY SPIRIT! Great work, soldiers for Christ, filled to the over-flow with the POWER at work within us (Eph 3)–the Holy Spirit Himself, who inspired you to make this, share your stories in it, edit it, write the music for it, etc. etc. all involved–many blessings and thanksgiving! And, perhaps if I could speak on behalf of God, He might be smiling very big and saying: “Well done, good and faithful servants!”

  2. Sharon Cocker 3 years ago

    I want to learn about the Baptism in the Spirit on fire.

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