SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Divine Mercy Sunday
April 11, 2021
Offering Mass at the Church of Santo Spirito in Sassia April 11, the pope reflected on Jesus’ appearances to his disciples between his resurrection and his ascension, explaining that the disciples received the mercy of Jesus Christ through the gifts of his peace, forgiveness, and wounds.
April 11, 2021
We love always to our fullest capacity. That might not be very great, but it can be learned. At first, we may love hesitantly and fearfully, for to open up to love takes courage. As we mature and develop our ability to have an open heart, we can slowly learn to love others for themselves
April 09, 2018
A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church
April 19, 2017
Susan Tassone's latest book focuses on the prayers of St Faustina
April 04, 2016
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn opened the European gathering of the World Apostolic Congress of Mercy in Rome
April 04, 2016
Francis says it would be 'beautiful' if every diocese opened a hospital, care home or treatment centre as a memorial to the year
April 11, 2015
Pope says Holy Year of Mercy is 'a time to offer everyone the way of forgiveness and reconciliation'
April 09, 2015
During Eastertide many souls are released to heaven. They need our prayers as they cannot help themselves
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