Browsing: Divine Mercy
On Divine Mercy Sunday, Father Willy Raymond, C.S.C., shares a story of the beautiful mercy that Pope John Paul II extended to a priest in need.
Katarina Woltornist offers a guided meditation on sacred art: a wound is a source of pain, but also a sign of weakness. Wounds can be a place of meeting.
Don’t miss out on the graces God wants to give you on Divine Mercy Sunday, every year, the Sunday after Easter! Christine Watkins explains.
Sterling Jaquith reviews a prayer book based on St. Faustina’s work, centered on how to pray for the conversion of sinners and ultimately focus on your own conversion along the way.
As Elena LaVictoire prays the Divine Mercy Novena and focuses on unity among Christians, she recalls her non-Catholic family members and the Christian example they set.
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.