Results from Tag: 'mercy'
This is no time for complacence among Catholics, for whom spiritual medicine — beginning with prayer — must be administered with ever more courage and zeal than before.
God became man and suffered with us. In his kindness and mercy, he draws us closer to him in the midst of our sorrow.
Brandt Jean’s extraordinary actions show the ordinary demands of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ
‘Our Lady, who unties the knots of life, frees us from the pretense of believing we are righteous and makes us feel the need to go to the Lord ...’
The depiction of Jesus invoking mercy reminds the faithful to trust Christ.
‘Only the mercy of God heals the heart,’ he emphasized at his Nov. 21 general audience.
COMMENTARY: St. Catherine of Siena was once confronted by God about the sin of judging people. Part VII of a series on moral relativism