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A True Leader - October 17, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B
Peace in the Face of Judgment - October 16, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Saturday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time -  Saint Hedwig, Religious—Optional Memorial - Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin—Optional Memorial
Sincerity and Integrity - October 15, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Friday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Teresa of Jesus, Virgin and Doctor—Memorial
Overcoming Plotting - October 14, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Thursday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Callistus I, Pope and Martyr—Optional Memorial
A Pricked Conscience - October 13, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Wednesday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time
Interior Transformation - October 12, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Tuesday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time
A Sign From God - October 11, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Monday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint John XXIII, Pope—Optional Memorial
Beyond Good Intentions - October 10, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B
Living a Truly Blessed Life - October 9, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Saturday of the Twenty-Seventh Week in Ordinary Time - Saint John Henry Newman (England and Wales Memorial) - Saint Denis, Bishop and Companions, Martyrs—Optional Memorial - Saint John Leonardi, Priest—Optional Memorial
Overcoming “Neutrality” - October 8, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Friday of the Twenty-Seventh Week in Ordinary Time

Latest Divine Mercy Reflections:

  • Reflection 291: The Value of Silent and Hidden Suffering

    When something burdens us we often seek consolation from others regarding our suffering by speaking about them openly.  Though it may be beneficial to share our burdens with another to an extent, there is also great value in embracing them silently in a hidden way.  It...

  • Reflection 290: Bodily Sufferings Redeemed

    Many people enjoy excellent health while others do not.  Some experience great physical discomfort in life due to infirmity or old age.  Though many look for ways to alleviate this physical discomfort, it must be said that these pains offer an opportunity for grace.  First...

  • Reflection 289: The Desire for Souls

    When you look at the desire in your heart, what stands out the most?  Certainly there are many things that draw you.  Many worldly rewards and pleasures can easily occupy your longings.  A desire for physical pleasure, money and worldly success are among the strongest desires for...

  • Reflection 288: Silence in the Face of Ridicule

    If you are given the glorious gift of a deep faith, many will see this and rejoice in it. But it may be the occasion for some to have jealousy. This is a sad and painful experience. Know that the jealousy of another is not caused by you or by your faith, it is caused by their sin. Therefore, if you experience...

  • Reflection 287: The Cloak of Ignominy

    “Ignominy” could mean public shame, disgrace, humiliation and embarrassment. But it takes on special meaning when applied to Jesus. The “cloak of ignominy” refers to the public humiliation that Jesus endured as a result of His Cross. He was condemned as a sinner and liar. He was charged with deceiving the people and attempting to undermine the civil authorities. He was the object...

  • Reflection 286: Humility, Purity & the Love of God

    What is it that is most dear to the heart of our Blessed Mother? If she were to appear to you and offer you her greatest desire for you, what would it be? Perhaps there would be some specific need that she has been made aware of by God for your life, but in addition...

  • Reflection 285: Deception as an “Angel of Light”

    The evil one hates you with a profound hate.  And the closer you draw to God, fulfilling His Divine Will, the more he will seek to attack you.  Do not fear the bark of this little dog.  One of the most common ways the evil one attempts to deceive you is by presenting himself as an angel of light.  He does...

  • Reflection 284: Living in the Moment

    One common temptation that many face is that of living either in the past or in the future, and failing to live in the present moment. You live in the past when you remain controlled by past events, sins, hurts, etc. The...

  • Reflection 283: Overcoming Sin

    The message of God’s Mercy is so simple that we can easily miss it, even after reflecting upon the many pages of this book or upon the Diary of Saint Faustina.  The simple truth that the message of God’s Mercy must convey is that we should have no fear, whatsoever, of admitting our sins...

  • Reflection 282: Suffering, Persecution, Abuse and Disgrace

    This heading may not seem immediately attractive to you.  Who would want to endure these things?  But we ought to remember that Jesus endured them all to the greatest degree.  Was Jesus happy?  Was His soul at peace?  Most certainly.  This reveals to...

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