John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy
Dr. Stackpole unpacks the meaning of Christ's promise of extraordinary graces on Divine Mercy Sunday
How the Christ Child was a constant source of inspiration and joy for St. Faustina.
My friend's comment left me wondering the following: If St. Faustina were to celebrate Thanksgiving today, what would she be especially thankful for?
One reader writes, "I know that our Lord has asked us to not be afraid, but that is easier said than done."
One reader writes: "I am an Anglican priest of the Church of England, and ... I have been saying and joining EWTN in the Divine Mercy Chaplet."
Unless the merciful love we are receiving from Jesus is overflowing from our hearts and pouring out upon others, then we are not yet authentic disciples.
Just how many reasons we can find for rejoicing in Mary's title, "Mother of Mercy"? Let us count the ways.
How can God fill us with His grace if we are already full of ourselves?
Is Mary also "Coredemptrix" and "Mediatrix of all Graces"?
One reader asks "I mean, we do call her 'Mother of Mercy' for some reason, right? Could you explain that to me?"
One reader raises the question: Is the Feast of Mercy really 'the last hope' for humanity?
With the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus coming upon us, Dr. Robert Stackpole addresses a matter dear to his own heart.
Yes, we all get busy sometimes. With the Divine Mercy Novena underway, this certainly bears looking into.
More people praying? And at the 3 o'clock hour? Why do these things matter, anyway?
Should we talk with Jesus in a simple, childlike way, or a more structured, formal way? Is one way better than another?
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