John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy
Divine Mercy and Justice
The following is the last installment of Dr. Robert Stackpole's 15-part series on Divine Mercy and Divine Justice.
Check out part 14 in Dr. Robert Stackpole's 15-part series on Divine Mercy and Divine Justice.
In all of the years that I have been writing articles for this website, yours was the most impressive set of comments that I have ever read.
Give peace a chance!
I'm going to talk about "solidarity" and "subsidiarity." Don't be intimated.
Do not be deceived by the way in which the secular media falsely presents the options here.
He's a God of social justice, too! Read the next in Dr. Robert Stackpole's series on mercy and justice.
Here's a thought: The Lord is merciful even to the damned.
The seventh installment of Dr. Robert Stackpole's 12-part series.
That Catholics today generally ignore this doctrine is manifestly obvious.
We need to remember that in His infinite holiness, God cannot just ignore our mortal sins or pretend that they are unimportant.
Gather around. Time to eat some humble pie.
I am going to cause some trouble.
When in doubt, consult the saints.
Are you among the many who cannot quite justify the Merciful Lord's justice when He's clearly so merciful? Dr. Stackpole sorts it out so we don't have to.