Living Divine Mercy (EWTN)

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 136

All of us will have to face sooner or later end-of-life issues, either for ourselves or our loved ones. Many Catholics do not fully understand what this entails and what the Catholic Church teaches. Father Mark Baron, MIC, shares how the Church, through her moral teachings, can offer help and guidance in making the best decisions. Then hear the story of Emmaus Catholic Hospice, which provides authentic Catholic care to those at the end of their lives.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 135

Our Marian Congregation was founded more than 350 years ago in Poland, the first community of religious men in that country and the first ever to bear the title of the Immaculate Conception. And it was all the work of our Founder, St. Stanislaus Papczyński. Father Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, tells the story of this extraordinary priest and the shining spiritual example that he is to us today. Then hear about the journey of a young man named Will Henry, whose faith and love of the Rosary inspired him to start a remarkable business.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 134

Jesus told St. Faustina that Divine Mercy Sunday was mankind's last hope of salvation. Father Mark Baron, MIC, the new “Father Joseph” of the Association of Marian Helpers, explains what Divine Mercy Sunday is all about, and the special graces that can be obtained – an offer you truly can’t refuse! Then hear the inspirational story of a Colorado group who formed a prayer apostolate to bring the love of Jesus and devotion to the Blessed Mother, especially the Rosary, to residents in care communities and nursing facilities.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 133

As Catholics, we believe in the Resurrection of Christ from a theological point of view. But those who don't have faith want to see proof of the Resurrection. So does any exist? Father Chris Alar, MIC, shares the powerful truth. Then watch a clip from the movie “Love and Mercy: Faustina” that shows the amazing connection between the Shroud of Turin and the Image of Divine Mercy.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 132

The Eucharist is the Source and Summit of our Catholic faith. Jesus said, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you have no life in you” (Jn 6:53). Father Donald Calloway, MIC, reminds us that the Real Presence of Jesus in Holy Communion – the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Our Lord – is transformative, and so we must receive Him worthily, free from mortal sin. Then hear firsthand from individuals on the power of Eucharist in their lives, for it is in the Lord that we find our strength.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 131

There are many legends surrounding St. Patrick, whose feast day is celebrated on March 17. But what is the real story? Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, as he reveals how an extraordinary young priest brought Christianity to Ireland, and in doing so, inspired a movement that spread the Catholic faith throughout Europe. Then, as you think about celebrating St. Patrick's Day with corned beef and cabbage, hear about “Cooks with Collars,” priests who build community and spread God’s love, one recipe at a time. 

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 130

All of us have heard the term “woke.” According to the Oxford English Dictionary, woke originally meant “well-informed” or “up to date,” but now chiefly alerts us to racial or social discrimination and injustice. Father Chris Alar, MIC, explores the true meaning of “woke” and whether the Church rejects it or embraces it under the realm of Catholic social teaching. Then hear the story of Joe Kennedy, a high-school football coach who, because of wokeism, was fired for praying with his players. His case ended up going all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 129

One of the most beautiful things in the worship of Our Lord at Mass is music. Marian Postulant Austin explains how sacred music, the song and the language of the angels, is a gift from God that gives expression to the soul and dignifies ritual and worship. Then hear from "Floriani," a talented group of men who believe in the importance of fostering a rebirth in sacred music. 

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 128

A lot of Christian prophecy is justified because we have prophecy in the Bible. Our Lady also brought us much prophecy in places like Fatima and Akita. But much is equivalent to crystal balls and fortune telling. Father Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC, explains what to look for, as we all share in the prophetic mission of Christ as baptized Catholics and are called to share God’s Word, trusting in the teaching authority of the Church. Then watch a clip from the film, “Love and Mercy,” about the day Jesus first appeared to St. Faustina and gave her the pattern by which He wanted her to paint the Image we know today.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 127

This year, Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day fell on the same day, Feb. 14, 2024. They have more in common than you might think. Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, as he explains the opening of the holy season of Lent, a time to think about God and not ourselves – similar to how we think about our Valentines and not ourselves.  Then hear a great story about Camp Veritas, where teenagers learn to grow in virtue thanks to the message of Divine Mercy.


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