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The Transforming Touch of Jesus - August 13, 2022 - Saturday of the Nineteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saints Pontian, Pope and Hippolytus, Priest, Martyrs—Optional Memorial
The Mystery of Unity in Marriage - August 12, 2022 - Friday of the Nineteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Jane Frances de Chantal, Religious—Optional Memorial
You Wicked Servant! - August 11, 2022 - Thursday of the Nineteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Clare, Virgin—Memorial
Detachment - Wednesday, August 10, 2022 - Feast of Saint Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr
Becoming Like Children - August 9, 2022 - Tuesday of the Nineteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein), Virgin and Martyr—Optional Memorial
Avoid Offending Another - August 8, 2022 - Monday of the Nineteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Dominic, Priest—Memorial
The “Little Flock” - Sunday, August 7, 2022 - Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
The Glory of God! - Saturday, August 6, 2022 - Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord, August 6
How Far Will You Go?  - August 5, 2022 - Friday of the Eighteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major—Optional Memorial
The Keys of the Kingdom - August 4, 2022 - Thursday of the Eighteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Jean Vianney (the Curé of Ars), Priest—Memorial

Latest Divine Mercy Reflections:

  • Reflection 225: Spiritual Friendship Through Prayer

    One powerful channel of the Mercy of God is friendship with another.  But friendship can be lived on various levels.  Sometimes this bond is based on superficial and unimportant things, and at other times it’s deeply grounded in our Lord...

  • Reflection 224: To Speak or Not to Speak

    One common human tendency is to talk excessively and to explain ourselves to others, especially to justify our actions in their minds.  This is especially the case when we sense that others misunderstand us.  But Jesus experienced this to the greatest degree...

  • Reflection 223: A Dreadful Day

    Nothing in life has to be dreadful.  Even the greatest struggle and suffering we endure can easily be transformed by God to become a source of His Mercy and our sanctification...

  • Reflection 222: Feeling Overwhelmed

    There are days when you most likely feel overwhelmed on account of one thing or another.  It may be that you find yourself with much responsibility and are anxious about being able to properly fulfill your duties well...

  • Reflection 221: Glorying in Yourself

    Sometimes, those who are quite “religious” speak of many “religious” things.  They speak pious language and talk about holy things.  But in the end, it may be that all they say and do is actually said and done as a way of glorifying themselves in the sight of others.  This is the struggle...

  • Reflection 220: The Tormented Soul

    Some people feel deeply tormented in the depths of their souls.  Sometimes this is caused by sin, sometimes it is caused by a special Mercy of God which enables the soul to experience the sufferings Jesus went through.  Whatever the case may be, if you encounter...

  • Reflection 219: Difficulties in Proclaiming Mercy

    If you commit yourself to a full embrace of the Mercy of God in your life, you will be transformed beyond your wildest dreams.  But you will also have another experience.  You will encounter great difficulties in your attempts to live and proclaim Mercy to a fallen world.  The world does not understand the Mercy of God.  The world only knows harshness and judgment.  It seeks revenge and […]

  • Reflection 218: A Single Perception of God

    It is important to understand God and His ways, but understanding is not the same as knowing.  Knowing God means we encounter a Person.  We do not only understand what this person says; rather, we engage, meet, experience and enter into a relationship with this Person.  In fact...

  • Reflection 217: The Lazy and Idle Soul

    We please the evil one when we allow our souls to become lazy and idle in the things of God.  An idle soul is one that does not seek to engage the life of God.  An idle soul is one who is passive in spiritual things rather than active.  Being “passive,” means that the person...

  • Reflection 216: Clarity of Mind through Authentic Love

    Our Church sets before us many teachings that can only be understood by grace.  Some teachings are about morality, calling us to a life of great virtue.  Some teachings are about God, His very being and essence.  Some teachings are about humanity and bring clarity to who...

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