A shepherd had a hundred sheep, but one of them was lost. The Lord is our Shepherd, and He gives us His undivided attention when we are feeling lost. But we are like shepherds too. What are the "sheep" that we sometimes lose? The parable of the lost sheep occurs twice in the gospels (Luke 15:1-7; Matt 18:10-14), in two different contexts. It describes aspects of our repentance and regeneration. What do all the characters in this parable represent? What are the parts of us and other people that can become lost? How should we treat those parts?
Here is the video for the Cathedral Family Talk