Christ’s Gift of Interior Peace; Divine Mercy Correctly Understood; Reparation to the Blessed Sacrament; Lessons from Doubting Thomas (From Hamon’s Meditations, From the Housetops Publication and the Liturgical Year by Abbot Dom Gueranger) Aired 4/11
Tomorrow is Divine Mercy Sunday, and Jesus has promised a complete forgiveness of sins and their punishment to the souls who will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion on this feast day. To receive these graces, you must receive Holy Communion in a state of grace; going to Confession beforehand, and trusting in His […]
This second Sunday of Easter has matured in our spiritual consciousness as Divine Mercy Sunday. In the second reading of this liturgy, St. Peter praises God, who has given us, thanks to His mercy, a new birth. God’s mercy is a birthing process. It’s like a mother bringing forth a new baby. When Peter writes […]
For many Catholics, these Sacraments are not presently available. However, what better tribute would it be to pay to God’s Mercy than to trust that Jesus is not hindered by any circumstance from visiting a soul who appeals to His Mercy?
“I want to grant a complete pardon to the souls that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion on the Feast of My mercy.” – Jesus to St. Faustina (Divine Mercy in My Soul / entry 1109) Do not miss this exceptional grace available to all Catholics on the Feast of the Divine Mercy, […]