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The Benefits Obtained from the Virtue of Mercy

The following article by Blessed Michael Sopocko was first published in the January-March 1963 issue of the Marian Helpers Bulletin. Blessed Michael was the confessor and spiritual director of St. Faustina.

"Blessed is he who takes thought for the poor and destitute" (Ps 40:2)

There is no virtue to which Holy Scripture assures a greater reward than to those who practice the virtue of mercy. If God rewards all virtues, then He rewards doubly the virtue of mercy with both temporal and eternal goods.

God's Mercy in the Mystery of the Incarnation

The following article by Blessed Michael Sopocko was first published in the October-December, 1962 issue of the Marian Helpers Bulletin. Blessed Michael was the confessor and spiritual director of St. Faustina.

"And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us."

In his first five words, the evangelist expresses the greatest mystery of the Incarnation, which was the beginning and foundation of all the other works of the Divine Mercy in the Incarnation. Let us ponder the infinite bounty of this act.

The Obligation of Mercy Towards Our Neighbor

The following article by Blessed Michael Sopocko was first published in the July-Sept. 1962 issue of the Marian Helpers Bulletin. Blessed Michael was the confessor and spiritual director of St. Faustina.

"Let us practice generosity to all while the opportunity is ours; and above all, to those who are of one family with us in the faith" (Gal 6:10)

The Love of Christ for Sinners

The following article by Blessed Michael Sopocko was first published in the April-June, 1960 issue of the Marian Helpers Bulletin. Blessed Michael was the confessor and spiritual director of St. Faustina.

"The Son of Man is come to see and to save that which was lost." (Luke 19:10).

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