Our Future Glory Awaits

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The Lord wants us to know Him as the Lord of love and mercy, says the Rev. Fr. Kaz Chwalek, MIC. Watch his homily at the Marian Helpers Center in Stockbridge, Mass., on Wednesday, April 2, 2014:


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Chanyathee - Apr 6, 2014

For Day 7 of the Divine Mercy Novena, Jesus ask St. Faustina to "bring to me the souls who especially venerate and glorify My mercy."

What do the words: 'souls who especially venerate and glorify My mercy' mean?

Can some kind soul also pls explain which faithful could come within this category. And for those who fall outside it what must they do to come within this group so as to please and make Jesus happy?

Lori - Apr 6, 2014

From reading the words of Jesus to St. Faustina and from her reflections, I think that "souls who especially venerate and glorify My mercy" means to always trust in Jesus who is infinite love, goodness and mercy incarnate. My trust in our Dear Lord has increased over time by praying to St. Jude, St. Dymphna, The Chaplet of Divine Mercy, The Rosary. I believe we receive help from our Holy Mother, St. Joseph, St. Faustina and all the saints and holy angels.