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Heroic Love

I wanted to love the God of scriptures, the Miracle Worker, the Healer, the Patient Listener, the Non-Judger, the Cross Bearer, the Resurrected King. I wanted to go to Heaven, but the huge stumbling block, for me, was always earth and the people on it. ...

Connecting the Dots

Every so often someone will ask me, "Does God really exist?" I know the answer is yes, but how does one open the heart of another so they can see and feel the presence of God?

A Bedside 'Prescription' for the Sick and Dying

Doctors have been known to tell the sick and dying that there is nothing else that can be done for them. Nothing else? A Divine Mercy prayer group in Tennessee knows better than that.

A Day in the Life of a Divine Mercy Devotee

She confided how her son had died. He had been an alcoholic. He drank himself to death. I told her about Divine Mercy.

An Answer, on Eve of All Saints Day

My daughter was out of work for nearly six months when I found my prayercard with the picture of St. Faustina and the prayer on the back for obtaining graces through her intercession.

One Artist Answers Call to Spread Divine Mercy

Jesus said to St. Faustina: "Paint an image according to the pattern you see, with the signature: Jesus, I trust in You. I promise that the soul that will venerate this image will not perish." For me, as an artist, this became a call to help make known this message of Divine Mercy.

Why I Can Say: 'Jesus, I Trust in You!'

I was told that I had colon cancer. I put myself in the hands of our Lord, The Divine Mercy. I knew that He was the only one who could save me. Even at 56 years of age, I still had many dreams to pursue.

A God of Mercy, Then as Now

Yahweh is, and always has been, a God who gives and demands mercy.

A Sign

This Christmas everything has changed. This Christmas I have been changed. I have been a student in the school of St. Faustina's spirituality of The Divine Mercy.

I've Seen Firsthand the Power of the Chaplet

When I first read the Diary of St. Faustina about 16 years ago, it was like cracking open a bag of potato chips: I couldn't put it down! And so began my journey into the message of Divine Mercy.

'The Power of Prayer'

My granddaughter was 21 at the time. It was Divine Mercy Sunday 2002. I got a call from my daughter at about 10 a.m. She was crying. She had just received a call from the nurse.

Power of the Chaplet

All the financial independence she had wasn't enough to get this particular wish.

A Deeper Walk with Our Lord

Joseph was not familiar with the Diary of St. Faustina and the message of Divine Mercy. I encouraged him to read the Diary, telling him his life would never be the same again. I was right.

The Best Sermon I Never Heard

I was stunned, and looked up at him, expecting to see him grinning sarcastically. To my astonishment, I saw that he was weeping. His face was tear-stained, and his eyes glistened in the twilight. Suddenly embarrassed, I asked what he meant.

Help Wanted: In Need of God's Mercy

Dave, a member of our Divine Mercy prayer group, had a problem. His son had recently lost his job and was without health insurance. He needed a good job — fast.

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