Results from Tag: 'divine mercy'
‘The regular confession of our venial sins helps us form our conscience, fight against evil tendencies, let ourselves be healed by Christ and progress in the life of the Spirit.’ (CCC 1458)
There are millions of post-abortive men who could benefit from a Rachel’s Vineyard retreat.
SCRIPTURES & ART: The Good Shepherd and the Lost Sheep are long constants in the tradition of Christian sacred art, going back even to the catacombs.
Twenty years ago today, when Pope John Paul II entrusted the world to Divine Mercy, he shared his hope that the world would hear the message that God is merciful.
The Missionaries of Mercy appointed in 2016 by the Pope recommitted themselves to their task in Rome
The Archbishop of Santiago explained that 'mercy has the face of consolation.'
‘Rediscover the heart of Christ, the Lord’s mercy,’ the Holy Father said April 24. ‘He … offers us heartwarming signs of his mercy. He comforts us in the same way he did in today’s Gospel.’
‘The adventure of faith, as for Thomas, consists of lights and shadows. Otherwise, what kind of faith would that be? It knows times of comfort, zeal and enthusiasm, but also of weariness, confusion, doubt and darkness,’ the Holy Father said April 24.