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Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 85 - The Four Last Things (Judgment)

When we die, we will all go through not only one, but two judgments. Surprising! In the second episode of this 4-part series on the 4 Last Things, Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, explains the particular and the general judgments that we will undergo and then he is joined by author Daniel O’Connor to discuss the judgements in more detail.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 84 - The Four Last Things (Death)

We don't hear much about the four last things: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, in this first of a four-part series as he helps us to understand how to prepare for these things. This episode is about death. Are you afraid of dying? Venerable Fulton Sheen said we’re afraid of dying because we haven’t practiced for it. We also share the incredible story of a woman who experienced the violent death of her young husband and honored him by seeking and living out the message of Divine Mercy and forgiving his killer. Truly an amazing story.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 83 - Graces of Divine Mercy Sunday

Jesus told St. Faustina of the abundant graces he wishes to lavish upon the souls that will trust in his Divine Mercy and fulfill His simple request to go to Confession and receive Holy Communion on Divine Mercy Sunday. Learn more about the promises from Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, and hear the amazing story of Melissa Coles as she tells an account of something unbelievable.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 82 - How Divine Mercy Came to Be

Did you ever wonder how Divine Mercy came to be? Divine Mercy as explained by St. Faustina, and spread around the world by our congregation, the Marians of the Immaculate Conception, is a story that began in the early 1940’s. But what makes this story so amazing, even today? Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, in this unique program as he shares the history of the Marians’ participation in the spread of the devotion to The Divine Mercy.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 81 - Ark of the Covenant

What is the Ark of the Covenant? When was it built and by whom? Why was it built and what was it used for? Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, “unearths” the Ark and shares the reality and the connections between the Old Ark of the Covenant and the New Ark of the Covenant — Mary, the vessel that held the New Law. This week’s Living Divine Mercy segment highlights the “In His Hands” orphan outreach ministry, which provides shelter, education and other services for orphaned children around the world. It's an amazing story!

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 80 - The Ten Commandments

The 10 Commandments are recognized as a moral foundation by Judaism, Christianity, and even Islam, because they are based on the natural law. And they are just as relevant today as they were when they were written by the hand of God. Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, for this discussion of the Ten Commandments and how to use them to perform a thorough examen of conscience before the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Featuring an inspiring story of St. Michael Indian School where God’s teaching is passed on to children of the Navajo nation.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 78 - Addiction

Why has addiction become so prevalent in our world? What, if anything, can we do to overcome it? What can we do to maintain hope? Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, for a frank discussion and learn some answers to these questions. This episode also features an interview with Jim Wahlberg (brother of Mark Wahlberg) in which he shares some of his family’s experience with addiction and how they have worked to overcome it.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 77 - How to Defend Confession

Confession is one of the most important things we can do in our entire lives. Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, can help us get over any fear and tell us all the reasons why we should be excited to go to Confession and reconcile ourselves with God Our Father. This episode also includes an inspirational interview with James Wahlberg about how he overcame a troubled childhood and reconciled with Our Lord.

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