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- Daily Gospel Reflection for March 23, 2017
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- A heart of gratitude after a life of struggle
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- A Saint's Life and the Shroud of Turin: 2 Recently-Released DVDs from Ignatius Press
- As the Lord Reminds Me
- Daily Gospel Reflection for March 22, 2017
- Beauty and the Beast: Should you take the kids or watch the DVD?
- It's Okay to Succeed at Lent
- Technology Use and Family Life: Getting the Answers You Need
Browsing: Divine Mercy
This week we’re discussing Chapter 6: Mary, Mother of Mercy, from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. In His Divine Mercy, Jesus has given us His Blessed Mother in a special and exclusive way to draw us under her mantle and deliver us to Him.
There are practical, simple and heartfelt ways to practice the spiritual works of mercy. Some of these ways we might already be doing and we just didn’t even realize it! Join Hannah Christensen in discussing Chapter 5: The Spiritual Works of Mercy, from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 4: The Corporal Works of Mercy, from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. This week, David and Mercedes Rizzo note that to offer service to those in need is to offer service to Christ himself.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 3: Showing Mercy to Our Neighbor from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. This week, Sarah Greesonbach reflects on what we should do when it seems like our spiritual life isn’t working out the way we want it to.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 2: Developing Trust in Jesus through the Divine Mercy Devotion, from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. Join us as we discuss trust and the ways you can incorporate a devotion to Divine Mercy to increase it.
Emily Jaminet details a 5-point formula for success in beating temptation that Christ revealed to St. Faustina, a modern mystic and saint.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 1: St. Faustina, Apostle of Divine Mercy, from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. As mothers we all hope that our children will find their way to Divine Mercy, because, like us, we each have a different path and purpose.
This week we’re kicking off our book club featuring Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. Lisa Hendey interviews the authors and shares their thoughts.
Moms, do you want to learn more ways to live in Divine Mercy? Ellen Mongan recommends “Divine Mercy for Moms,” a treasure that you will definitely want to dig into.