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We Can't Give What We Don't Have

In refusing to forgive ourselves, we put ourselves above God.

 

Behold the Merciful Savior

This image has become a source of amazing graces for souls who trust in Jesus by venerating or honoring it.

 

Graces Received!

I got goose bumps all over when I noticed that on the memorial card was the image of The Divine Mercy!

 

Bishop Lori Reflects on Upcoming World Congress

"The purpose of this Congress is to study, to reflect on, to celebrate the message and the reality of the richness and power of God's mercy," said His Excellency, Bishop William E. Lori.

 

From the Bronx to the World

• Also, Bishop William Lori speaks about upcoming World Congress. • And Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, shares some late-breaking news about St. Faustina's confessor.

 

How Confession Brings Joy to the Heart of Jesus

The following is the third part in the series, "Reconciliation: the Sacrament of Mercy and Healing."

 

Mercy Takes the Mic

Cardinal Christoph Schönborn made it clear that the legacies of Pope John Paul II and St. Faustina were central to the historic gathering.

 

Divine Mercy: 'Our Common Catholic Inheritance'

An interview with Dr. Robert Stackpole, whose new book, Divine Mercy: A Guide from Genesis to Benedict XVI, takes the big perspective on mercy.

 

Answered Prayers!

Today, we begin the first in an occasional series that shares recent correspondence from people who have turned to the Marians' Divine Mercy Intercessory Prayerline. Hint: Prayer works!

 

Marians Plan Annual Divine Mercy Conference

The all-day gathering will have the theme "Healing and Forgiveness Through God's Mercy."

 

911 to The Divine Mercy

Saint Paul writes, "Put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil."

 

A Gift Fit to Bring a King

"Then He smiled at me ... me and my drum." We, too, can trust Baby Jesus to smile at every gift we bring to Him.

 

Humble and Small Like the Christ Child

Our Lord came as a child because, by being human like us, He could begin to take on Himself the whole experience of our human condition, except for sin.

 

For All Mankind, to All Mankind

If the World Apostolic Congress on Mercy succeeds, humanity will eventually undergo a radical change for the good.

 

Plans for World Congress Hit the Airwaves

The topic: arguably the most exciting news story involving the Divine Mercy movement since the canonization of St. Faustina in 2000.

 
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