Reflection 14: True Satisfaction Only Through Mercy

So often in life we seek satisfaction from the passing things of the world. Be it riches, fleshly pleasure, prestige, or anything else, we must come to discover that one thing and one thing alone satisfies. The Divine Mercy of God is what we seek. Everything else is an illusion…

Reflection 13: An Invitation Within the Silence

Within our souls we must seek to hear God speak. He speaks in the silence and in the depths. He speaks, first, an invitation. He speaks an invitation to know Him and to encounter The Divine Mercy flowing from His Heart. The invitation is only that: an invitation. Jesus…

Reflection 10: Apostolic Movement of The Divine Mercy

The Diary of Saint Faustina calls us to a new form of devotion in various ways.  In addition to our personal devotion, we are called to be apostles of Mercy.  Are you an apostle of Mercy?  The Apostolic Movement…

Reflection 8: Pondering the Chaplet of Divine Mercy

The Diary of Saint Faustina calls us to a new form of devotion in various ways.  The third way is through the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.  The chaplet is a treasured gift. It’s a gift that we should seek to pray each and every day…

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Reflection 7: Instituting the Solemnity of Divine Mercy

The Diary of Saint Faustina calls us to a new form of devotion in various ways.  The second way is through the celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday.  Jesus told Saint Faustina that He desired an annual solemn Feast of Mercy. This Solemnity of Divine Mercy was…

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Reflection 6: Image of Divine Mercy

The Diary of Saint Faustina calls us to a new form of devotion in various ways.  The first way is through meditation on the sacred image of The Divine Mercy.  Saint Faustina was asked by Jesus to have an image of His merciful love painted for all to see. It’s an image of…

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Reflection 5: Redemption of the World

The Incarnation was the greatest act of Mercy ever known. The only subsequent act that surpassed it was the act of Jesus dying on the Cross destroying sin and death by His blood. The redemption of the world, through the blood of the Cross, is an act of love and Mercy…