3rd and final part of the sermon of St. Leonard of Port Maurice nothing that, no matter how many are saved proportionally, if we are determined to be saved we will be. Aired 4/17
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
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
We continue to read the famous sermon of St. Leonard of Port Maurice and note that these truths are one of the reasons why God provided feasts like Divine Mercy Sunday.
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
The most famous sermon of St. Leonard of Port Maurice called “The little number of those who are saved” At the time of divine Mercy Sunday it’s a sermon worth hearing. Aired 4/3
The ease of earning indulgences and why it is worth your time and effort.
Part II of a talk by Fr. Michel Rodrigue of Quebec, who has founded the order of the Apostolic Fraternity of Saint Benedict Joseph Labre, gives a stunning testimony of the miraculous founding of his order, and the messages from private revelations that he has received about a worldwide warning that precedes the Final Battle.
This week’s show is all about Divine Mercy Sunday and God’s attempt to woo us. The interview is with a seminarian from the Catholic Men’s conference Derick Moribino.