There is nothing that man needs more than Divine Mercy — that love which is benevolent, which is compassionate, which raises man above his weakness to the infinite heights of the holiness of God.
In this place we become particularly aware of this. From here, in fact, went out the Message of Divine Mercy that Christ himself chose to pass on to our generation through Blessed Faustina.
And it is a message that is clear and understandable for everyone. Anyone can come here, look at this image of the merciful Jesus, His Heart radiating grace, and hear in the depths of his own soul what Blessed Faustina heard: “Fear nothing. I am with you always” (Diary, 586).
And if this person responds with a sincere heart: “Jesus, I trust in you,” he will find comfort in all his anxieties and fears. In this “dialogue of abandonment,” there is established between man and Christ a special bond that sets love free. And “there is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear” (1 Jn 4:18).Pope Saint John Paul II
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April 10, 2021
Today bring to Me the Souls of those who have separated themselves from My Church, and immerse them in the ocean of My mercy. During My bitter Passion they tore at My Body and Heart, that is, My Church. As they return to unity with the Church My wounds heal and in this way they alleviate My Passion.Jesus to Saint Faustina, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Day 5
Now he was casting out a demon that was dumb; when the demon had gone out, the dumb man spoke, and the people marveled. But some of them said, “He casts out demons by Beel′zebul, the prince of demons”; while others, to test him, sought from him a sign from heaven. But he, knowing their […]
April 5, 2021
Cross-posted from the Benedict XVI Institute for Africa Mary Magdalen and the other women, some of Jesus’ most devoted disciples, who followed Jesus in Galilee and provided for him as his benefactors, the same women who watched as Jesus was crucified and died on Friday, who followed and saw where his dead body was laid […]
April 3, 2021
Saint Catherine heard God say to her: This is the sin that is never forgiven, now or ever: the refusal, the scorning of my mercy. For this offends me more than all the other sins they have committed. So the despair of Judas displeased me more and was a greater insult to my Son than his betrayal had been. Therefore, such as these are reproved for this false judgment of considering their sin to be greater than my mercy (…) They are reproved also for their injustice in grieving more for their own plight than for having offended me.
They are being unjust in this because they are not giving me what is mine, nor taking for themselves what belongs to them. It is their duty to offer love and bitter heartfelt contrition in my presence for the sins they have committed against me. But they have done the opposite. They have lavished such tender love on themselves and felt so sorry about the punishment they expect for their sins! So you see how unjust they are. They will be punished, therefore, on both accounts. They have scorned my mercy, so I turn them over to my justice.The Dialogue of Saint Catherine of Siena, Ch 37, via DailyGospel.org
Steve: Welcome everybody back. Steve with Sensus Fidelium coming at you once again with Father Ripperger, who you pretty much already know, so we won’t go through the particulars of “Hey Father. Who are you. What do you do.” So anyway, how are you though? Father: I’m doing well. We’re doing very well. Thank you, […]
March 29, 2021
So, the battlefield: the generals look like they’re overrunning the thing, but God is now forming the troops. It’s coming together, slowly. Doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy. It’s going to be difficult, but at a certain point those people who are faithful, their ability to influence the good is going to be rather extraordinary.Quote from Father Ripperger’s talk, State of the Spiritual Battlefield
Why don’t we go ahead and start with a prayer? In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Direct, O Lord, all our actions by Thy holy inspirations and carry them on by Thy gracious assistance so that every prayer and work of ours may begin from Thee, and, by […]
March 6, 2021
At that time, when it was late, the ship was in the midst of the sea and Jesus alone on the land and seeing his disciples straining at the oars, for the wind that was against them, about the fourth watch of the night, he came to them walking upon the sea. And he would […]
March 1, 2021
We began Lent last year, and a few weeks into Lent last year churches began to close. It seemed like the whole world began to close; to shut down. Many of you were not able to enter into Lent, that is, enter into Lent going to Mass, and then for that journey toward Easter where we celebrate the Easter joy of the Resurrection.
So, for many people, Lent has become perpetual. We have not had that break where we celebrate Easter together. Easter was celebrated, Holy Week, Easter, the Octave, and the weeks going forward, at home for many people. And still, for many people, in some places they are still locked down, throughout the world. That is sad in many places. It is sad for the Mystical Body of Christ to be somehow separated from the celebration of the Sacraments.
For those of you who may be at home still and not celebrating mass in your churches, your parishes, you are united with us at this altar. And it may be an encouragement to you to go to Mass. Maybe you’re finding yourself a little afraid to go back. We are praying for you that you make that decision. I can guarantee you that most churches are spotless just like our church and clean just like our church. So come back to Mass. Receive the Sacraments.Quote from Father John Paul Mary’s homily for the First Sunday of Lent
(The Gospel According to Saint Luke, 10:1-9) Our Blessed Lord came into the world to save sinners. He came not only for the children of Abraham but also for the whole human race; Jew as well as Gentile. He chose twelve apostles to continue his work. These twelve we know and are familiar with. Initially, […]
February 21, 2021
We are all on a journey toward eternal life. Lent is a small-scale journey compared to that big journey of eternal life, in comparison to that lifelong journey for most people. Lent is a special time during the Liturgical Year where we prepare for the solemn celebration of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our […]
February 21, 2021
The following transcript is taking from the Resistance Podcast, episode 143 Steve: Welcome everybody. Steve with Sensus Fidelium coming at you again with Father Ripperger and our friend Ryan Grant. Father, Ryan. Good morning. Whenever, wherever you are. Father: Good morning. Ryan: Good morning. Steve: So today’s topic: we’re talking about vaccinations. That’s obviously the […]
February 14, 2021
(Cross-posted from FaithPilgrims.com) “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring […]
February 9, 2021
Today, this celebration, this feast of St. Joseph of Leonessa, helps to highlight something of today’s first reading from Hebrews; namely, this is the primary text where the Bible calls us to have devotion to the saints. And we remember the saints, in general. As a matter of fact, in the Maronite Rite, we just […]
February 7, 2021
The next day, he saw Jesus coming towards him and said, behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world. This is he of whom I said, after me comes a man who ranks before me, for he was before me. I myself did not know him, but for this I […]
February 4, 2021