Disciples of Divine Mercy

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in Introduction |

Disciples of Divine Mercy St. Faustina was asked by Merciful Jesus to found a new religious order of sisters and brothers to give their lives interceding for mercy for the world and to do works of mercy in His name. As part of this intercession Jesus would grant mercy for sinners and bring people who had lost the faith to come back to Him and through this great work of intercession you would help save many souls. With the help of her spiritual...

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Dependent on Trust

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Dependent on Trust by Val Conlon Your duty is to trust entirely in My Mercy, My duty is to give you all that you need. I make Myself dependent on your trust I am making Myself dependent upon your trust: if your trust is great, then My generosity will be without limit. (Diary 548) The most difficult virtue but the most noble of mankind is Trust. It is also the most important and respected virtue a person can have in life; trust in one’s...

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Quotes from the Saints on Mercy

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Quotes from the Saints on Mercy If a man finds it very hard to forgive injuries, let him look at a Crucifix, and think that Christ shed all His Blood for him, and not only forgave His enemies, but even prayed His Heavenly Father to forgive them also. Let him remember that when he says the ‘Our Father’, every day, instead of asking pardon for his sins, he is calling down vengeance on himself – Saint Philip Neri He who knows how to forgive...

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Pope John Paul II & Divine Mercy

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Pope John Paul II & Divine Mercy  by Val Conlon “I considered this message my special task. Providence has assigned it to me in the present situation of man, the Church, and the world” (Bl. Pope John Paul II November 22, 1981) The knowledge of St. Faustina and the revelations bestowed on her coming from Jesus became known to Pope John Paul II early in 1940. It was at the time when he was studying for the priesthood secretly, in a seminary...

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