Our Lord tells us through St. Faustina, "I demand from you deeds of mercy which are to arise out of love for Me" (Diary of St. Faustina, 742).
Do you have a Deed of Mercy to share — acts of love, big or small, things you've seen others do, things you've done? Send it to us!
She 'Wood,' Wouldn't She?
A neighbor I hardly know saw that I had just recently installed a wood-burning stove in preparation for winter. Also, she, like everyone else in the neighborhood, has noticed me doing major work on my house every spare moment I have. Noticing I have a stove and no firewood in the yard, she offered (for free) four cords of her wood. This is a huge, huge gift to me (probably $500 worth of wood), and probably enough of a supply of wood to get me through the winter.
I share this with your web readers as an example of how people help spread God's mercy to others — to neighbors. After all, Christ demands from us deeds of mercy.
In the case of my neighbor, her kindness is heartwarming in more ways than one! I pray I can use her example to help others.
— Gerald McHugh, via email
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