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Basking in the Son's Rays at Tampa Conference

"Strap on your seatbelts," said award-winning singer Annie Karto - there are some powerful graces coming today.

Annie opened the 2016 Tampa Divine Mercy Conference, organized by the Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy (EADM) on Saturday, Feb. 20, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church. She was but the first of an all-star lineup of Marian priests and Marian Helpers, offering some of the finest formation in the Divine Mercy message and devotion available anywhere during the Jubilee Year of Mercy to upwards of 560 people.

Today's Lesson: Forgiveness

By Sarah Chichester

"I forgive you."

Alone, these words are powerful. But when spoken to murderers who brutally killed your family, these words cut to the heart of Christian accountability. As children of God - our merciful Savior who yearns for us to ask for His mercy - we must extend mercy to others.

"You must not shrink from this or try to excuse yourself from it," Christ told St. Faustina (Diary of St. Faustina, 742).

We're in a World of Confusion. Now What?

In what could safely be called unanimous agreement regarding five crucial truths, more than 1,100 apostles of The Divine Mercy gathered in Tampa, Fla., on Saturday - the latest Divine Mercy gathering in a series around the country.

The truths can be broken down to this: The world's troubles are deep; but God is real; He is with us always; He loves us; and He has revealed Himself to our age through the revelations of a lowly Polish nun, known to the world today as St. Maria Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938).

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