Works of Mercy

With an Eye on Paradise

By Marian Friedrichs

Early in the morning of Nov. 8, 2018, a wildfire started in the hills surrounding Paradise, California. With high winds and peak dryness, area conditions were perfect to create a firestorm of nightmarish proportions. 

Divorce, Divine Mercy, and Evangelization

By Marc Massery

Divine Mercy has the power to heal hearts broken by the tragedy of divorce. At least, it did for Madeleine Prendergast of Denver, Colorado. 

When Madeleine was young, she witnessed her parents endure a bitter divorce. Though Madeleine's parents split, they continued to raise her and her two siblings Catholic.

"I always had a devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. At age 9, I took seriously His promises to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque," Madeleine said. She went to Catholic schools and attended Mass every day. 

Why a Billboard?

By Christi Derr

Jesus, I trust in you. I thank Our Merciful Savior for giving me the opportunity to spread the message of Divine Mercy through a billboard in Denver, Colorado.

Dictating Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy is for everyone, right? No one - religion or no religion, belief or no belief, saint or atheist, literally no one - is left out.

Fine, but do you believe it? No, do you really believe it? For example, is there Divine Mercy for Adolph Hitler? Josef Stalin? How about dictators living today, people like Aleksandr Lukashenka of Belarus, Joseph Kabila of Congo-Kinshasa, Kim Jong II of North Korea, and Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe? Are these thugs deserving of mercy?


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