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The Meaning of Thanksgiving - Living Divine Mercy TV Show (EWTN) Ep. 63

Thanksgiving is not just a secular holiday. Many civilizations throughout history celebrated the harvest by thanking their God(s). The Pilgrims, who were Christians celebrated with their Native American brethren upon whom they heavily depended for survival. Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, as he explains the origins and meaning of Thanksgiving.

End Times Part 2: The 3 Days of Darkness - Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 61

What does the Catholic Church teach about the End Times? Are we in them now? Specifically, the 3 days of darkness prophecies are referenced more than once in Scripture (in both the Old and New Testaments) and are also brought up in the Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska and the writings of other saints. Listen as Fr. Chris Alar, MIC “sheds light” on this topic in the second of three episodes on the End Times. Special guest Daniel O’Connor.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 57 - Hope After Suicide

The loss of a loves one (suicide or any cause of death) is perhaps the most difficult of all topics to talk about. Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, shares, based on personal and pastoral experience, a fact we know to be true: Even in the midst of such darkness, God’s mercy is present. There is hope for the soul of the departed and there is hope for those left behind.

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 56 - Saint Faustina and the Angels

We know that God is glorified in his angels and in his saints. In this episode, Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, speaks about a powerful example that combines them both: St. Faustina and the angels. Learn how God provides his angels to help us in our spiritual warfare and hear the 25-point “battle plan” given by God to St. Faustina that can help us today!

Living Divine Mercy TV Show Episode 53 - Spiritual Works of Mercy

Performing works of mercy here on earth is essential to our eternal happiness but sometimes we make the excuses of not having the time, talent or resources to perform such works. But, Jesus told St. Faustina “for the many souls who are often worried because they do not have the material means with which to carry out and act of mercy. Yet spiritual mercy, which requires neither permissions nor storehouses, is much more meritorious and is within the grasp of of every soul.” In this episode, Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, discusses the spiritual works of mercy and how we can best accomplish them.

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