Living God’s Mercy – Mercy Mission (Part III of III)

Living God’s Mercy
Mercy Mission (Part III of III)

Today, we bring you part III of the “Mercy Mission” which Father Michael Najim preached just prior to Holy Week.  In part one, he spoke of understanding God’s mercy. Part two dealt with experiencing God’s mercy.  And today, Father will focus on living God’s mercy and giving it to others.

Part three of this “Mercy Mission” begins at 8:55 and ends at 32:55.  Naturally, you may watch the whole video if you like. Again, we apologize in advance, for ads which we were unable to remove, and we ask your mercy! It’s the only way we could bring you this excellent resource.

As in the previous two parts, Father Najim mentions a few references in his talk … and we list some of them below as a help to you our readers … and listeners!

References in Part Three of Father Michael Najim’s “Mercy Mission”:

  • Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati – Catholic Online link
  • Misericordiae Vultus — Papal Bull of Indiction of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy
  • The Church’s Social Doctrine can be found in this book: Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church
  • The Works of Mercy:
    • ModifiedDetailTeniersDavidTheYoungerTheSevenCorporalWorksOfMercyGoogleArtProjectCropThe corporal works of mercy:
      • Feed the hungry,
      • Give drink to the thirsty,
      • Clothe the naked,
      • Give shelter to the homeless,
      • Visit the sick,
      • Visit the imprisoned,
      • Bury the dead.
    • The spiritual works of mercy:
      • Admonish the sinner,
      • Instruct the ignorant,
      • Counsel the doubtful,
      • Comfort the sorrowful,
      • Bear wrongs patiently,
      • Forgive injuries,
      • Pray for the living and the dead


Art: Modified detail of The Seven Corporal Works of Mercy, David Teniers the Younger, 17th century, PD-US published in U.S. before January 1, 1923, Wikimedia Commons.

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