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Divine Mercy and Justice

Part 15: Grand Finale on the Cross of Jesus

The following is the last installment of Dr. Robert Stackpole's 15-part series on Divine Mercy and Divine Justice.


Part 14: A Closer Look at the Cross — Encore!

Check out part 14 in Dr. Robert Stackpole's 15-part series on Divine Mercy and Divine Justice.


Part 13: A Response to Terrific Feedback on the Cross

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.


Part 12: The Preferential Option for Peace

Give peace a chance!


Part 11: Thinking 'Out of the Box'

I'm going to talk about "solidarity" and "subsidiarity." Don't be intimated.


Part 10: Why 'Mercy Killing' Is Not Merciful

Do not be deceived by the way in which the secular media falsely presents the options here.


Part 9: Get With the Program

He's a God of social justice, too! Read the next in Dr. Robert Stackpole's series on mercy and justice.


Part 8: This Doctrine Makes 'A Hell of a Difference!'

Here's a thought: The Lord is merciful even to the damned.


Part 7: Is There Really 'Hell to Pay'?

The seventh installment of Dr. Robert Stackpole's 12-part series.


Part 6: Whatever Happened to the Doctrine of Hell?

That Catholics today generally ignore this doctrine is manifestly obvious.


Part 5: A Closer Look at the Cross

We need to remember that in His infinite holiness, God cannot just ignore our mortal sins or pretend that they are unimportant.


Part 4: The Cross in Scripture, the Early Fathers, and the Magisterium

Gather around. Time to eat some humble pie.


Part 3: What Happened to the Gospel of the Cross?

I am going to cause some trouble.


Part 2: The Saints and the Doctrine of the Cross

When in doubt, consult the saints.


Part 1: Confusion Reigns!

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.