FEAST

Bored at Mass?

Bored at Mass? Bored at Mass? by Fr. John Harris Do you ever get bored at Mass or do you hear people complaining that the priest is boring? Usually when I am faced with such complaints I ask, “what do you do when you go to Mass?” This always causes a certain unease...

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The Borrowed Tomb

The Borrowed Tomb Life Giving Mercy It is no coincidence that the Feast of Divine Mercy takes place during the season of Easter. It is during these days of Easter that the Apostles got used to Jesus being with them in a new way. During these days, they experience...

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Pope John Paul II & The Feast of Mercy

Pope John Paul II & The Feast of Mercy In his homily on 30th April 2000 John Paul II said, “by this act today, I pass on the message of Divine Mercy to the new millennium. I pass it on because I want people to know the better face of God, and that of his Divine Mercy,...

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Prepare for the Afterlife

Prepare for the Afterlife by Val Conlon John Paul II said at the canonisation of St. Faustina “By this act today I pass on the message of Divine Mercy to the new millennium. I pass it on because I want people to know the better face of God, and that of his Divine...

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A Second Baptism

A Second Baptism The following is from a lecture by Canon Ignacy Rozycki Doctor of Dogmatic Theology, and a member of the International Theological Commission. He said “Among the external manifestations of the Devotion to The Divine Mercy the Feast of Mercy occupies...

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The Victory of Mercy Over Justice

The Victory of Mercy Over Justice by Val Conlon Jesus’ death on the cross was in atonement for our sins and the sins of the whole world. In the message of Divine Mercy revealed to Saint Faustina, Jesus asks that at 3 O’Clock we immerse ourselves in His Passion. John...

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Preparation for Feast of Mercy

Preparation for Feast of Mercy by Val Conlon The Feast of Mercy was first introduced to the church as a solemn feast day on Low Sunday in Lithuania and Poland in 1996, but was not formally recognised as a Feast Day until the Canonisation of St. Faustina in 2000 and...

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The Hand of God in the Feast of Mercy

The Hand of God in the Feast of Mercy by Val Conlon “We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to our own way” (Isaiah 53:6) Many people today have said to me they are not religious anymore in as much as they are not attached to any religious sect,...

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Importance of the Feasts of Mercy

The Importance of the Feast of Mercy The first revelation of Jesus in His message of Divine Mercy to St. Faustina on 22nd February 1931 was to say how much He desired mankind to avail of the infinite mercy of God on earth and this was why He was establishing the Feast...

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Feasts

The Feast of Mercy The Physician If a physician knew that with a new method available to him on one day of a year, he could heal as many people as he could gather together in one place with a serious cancerous condition, and if he was told that the procedure would...

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