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Mercy for the Sinner - July 1, 2022 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Friday of the Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Junipero Serra, Priest—USA Optional Memorial
Courage to Seek Forgiveness - June 30, 2022 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Thursday of the Thirteenth Week of Ordinary Time - First Martyrs of the Church of Rome—Optional Memorial
Proclaiming the Gospel - Wednesday, June 29, 2022 – Daily Gospel Reflection for the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles
Calming the Storm - June 28, 2022- Daily Gospel Reflection for Tuesday of the Thirteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Irenaeus, Bishop and Martyr—Memorial
Being Ready and Willing - June 27, 2022 - Daily Gospel Reflection for Monday of the Thirteenth Week of Ordinary Time - Saint Cyril of Alexandria, Bishop and Doctor—Optional Memorial
Being Resolute - Sunday, June 26, 2022 - Daily Gospel Reflection for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C
The Heart of the Mother of God - Saturday, June 25, 2022 - Daily Gospel Reflection for the Memorial of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
The Heart of Perfect Love and Self-Giving - Friday, June 24, 2022 - Daily Gospel Reflection for the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Fidelity to God After a Fall - Thursday, June 23, 2022 - Daily Gospel Reflection for the Solemnity of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist
Bearing Good Fruit - June 22, 2022 - Daily Gospel Reflection for Wednesday of the Twelfth Week of Ordinary Time

Latest Divine Mercy Reflections:

  • Reflection 182: Wisdom to Penetrate the Secrets of Pride

    Pride can consume us.  When it does, all we think about is ourselves and our own pain.  Perhaps you can relate to this.  Maybe you’ve encountered a wound and you sit and sulk over that wound.  It creates bitterness in your heart and you seek to heal that wound.  But...

  • Reflection 181: Holy Indifference

    Does it matter what the Will of God is for you?  That may sound like a strange question at first.  But think about it.  Does it matter what God wills of you?  What if He were to call you to constant work?  Or what if He were to call you to a restful repose?  Or...

  • Reflection 180: The Passion of Jesus

    We who are familiar with the Gospels may suffer, at times, from a certain indifference to the sufferings of Christ.  We hear the story read each year, have seen many images of the Passion, and as a result of this familiarity, we can fail to allow it to have the proper effect...

  • Reflection 179: Dealing with Interior Desolation

    “The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away…” (Job 1:21).  How true this is.  There are times in life when we experience the abundant consolation of God.  It may be at moments of great family joy, or when we experience the unconditional love of another.  At...

  • Reflection 178: Sanctity is Never Achieved on Our Own

    Do you aspire to holiness of life?  If so, you cannot do this on your own.  You need the help of another, and even many others.  The Lord has given us numerous ways to be directed by the loving hand of others.  Some are blessed to have a spiritual director of many...

  • Reflection 177:  Holy Obedience

    One of the greatest safeguards against doing our own will rather than God’s is holy obedience.  Those in religious life are blessed to live this in a literal and external way, allowing the external practice to be interiorized so as to become certain that they are living...

  • Reflection 176:  Combating the Sin of the World

    When God looks at the world, what does He see?  Most certainly He sees the beauty of His creation, the perfect order of His design and the presence of His sons and daughters.  But He also sees the horror of the multitude of sins.  Even the slightest sin...

  • Reflection 175:  Love is Found in the Details of Life

    How nice it is when you have a friend that you trust with every detail of your life.  We long to know others and we long to be known by others.  When you find someone in whom you can confide even the smallest struggle or express the smallest joy, you have found a true friend.  The Lord...

  • Reflection 174: The Timing of God is Perfect

    When we desire to accomplish the Will of God in this world and do wonderful things for Him, we can sometimes seek to do things our way according to our timing.  But to truly accomplish the Will of God you must pray hard, surrender yourself to His holy Will, and then even surrender...

  • Reflection 173: Unity with One is Unity with Three

    The Blessed Trinity is described as having one Divine nature, yet remaining three distinct Persons.  As a result, the three distinct Persons share in a perfect unity.  In fact, they could not be “united” if they were not distinct from each other.  So it’s necessary to speak...

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