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DivineMercy in The Divine Will     From the Writings of The Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta The Little Daughter of the Divine Will     Divine Mercy and The Divine Will Divine Will Luisa Piccarreta was born on April 23, 1865 the Sunday after Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday), in Corato, Bari, to Nicola Vito …

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Pope Francis “Show Mercy”

    Show mercy, don’t rush to condemn, new pope urges By Philip Pullella | Reuters – 1 hr 29 mins ago   By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis, speaking to an overflow crowd of more than 150,000 in St Peter’s Square, urged the world on Sunday to be more forgiving and …

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Pope Francis Stopped for Divine Mercy

Letter #63: Francis Stopped for Divine Mercy April 15, 2013 by Robert Moynihan, PhD. 3 Comments Francis Stopped for Divine Mercy This Sunday evening in Rome, a beautiful, quiet, clear, cool spring evening, the parish priest of the Santo Spirito in Sassia church (the church next to the world headquarters of the Jesuits, 200 yards …

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The Eucharist And Divine Mercy

                        “I desire that Adoration take place for the intention of imploring Mercy for the world,” words of Jesus to Saint Mary Faustina of the Blessed Sacrament. Click here for a prayer imploring God’s Love and Mercy on the world In her diary Divine …

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Dvine Mercy Novena and Chaplet

DIVINE  MERCY NOVENA – Sr Faustina   Commence on Good Friday and finish on the Divine Mercy Feast of Mercy, the First Sunday after Easter. Novena to be said with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy [See bottom].   OTHER CONDITIONS : 1.       Celebrate the Feast on the Sunday after Easter. 2.       Go to confession either …

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The Priest, Minister Of Divine Mercy

The priest, minister of divine mercy – An aid for confessors and spiritual directors                           “It is necessary to return to the confessional as a place in which to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation, but also as a place in which “to dwell” more often, so that the faithful may fi nd compassion, advice and …

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Blessed Michael Sopocko

Michael Sopocko                           Blessed Michael Sopocko Blessed Father Michal Sopocko (November 1, 1888 in Vilnius Region – February 15, 1975 in Bialystok, Poland) was a Roman Catholic priest, and professor of pastoral theology at Stefan Batory University (now called Vilnius University) in Vilnius, Lithuania.[1] He is best known as the spiritual director of Saint Faustina …

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