What should we do when we do not feel merciful?
What does today’s feast teach us about God’s mercy? Find out when Liz Estler surveys several authors who have written on the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Dr. Anthony Lilles reflects on Divine Mercy and the devotion of Divine Mercy, and calls us to open up the floodgates of mercy!
We get 365 chances this year. 365 fresh starts. Every morning has been promised its share of mercies – not brushed off, polished up, half-used graces, but the brand-spankin’ new kind.
How God longs for us to trust in, and surrender to, His unfathomable mercy and love! Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles reflect.
Why go to confession when you have no sins to confess? Find out when Fr. John Bartunek explains the benefits of this sacrament of mercy.
As we spend Advent in preparation for Jesus’ coming at Christmas, Dr. Anthony Lilles reflects on the guilt and self-contradiction of sin and its effects on us.
We must put aside all resentment, bitterness, and grudges. These are obstacles to our spiritual freedom that prevent us from experiencing the power of the Lord in our lives.
What is the difference between divine and human mercy? How can we hope to increase God’s Divine Mercy towards us? Find out in this sobering homily excerpt from St. Caesarius of Arles.
How is Christ’s Resurrection from the dead an expression of God’s merciful love? Dr. Anthony Lilles contemplates the triumph of mercy and the grace, the hope, the freedom, which Easter brings to humanity.