I think the world of Fr. Barron.
His review of True Grit (spoilers included) is a perfect example of what is so great about him. He sees the mystical in the mundane, intended (as in this case) or unintended. He is plain spoken, yet elevates in language and thought. He is brilliant, but his brilliance never serves to promote himself. Rather, his brilliance is in his simplicity. Lofty thoughts in plain language. That is his gift.
Do you see what I see?
True Grit. True Grace.