In my latest posts at Austin CNM, I share about the urgency that the message of Divine Mercy gives us to share the Gospel. Often, the Church as seen as too harsh, judgmental, and unforgiving, but this message reminds us that Jesus has an infinite love that thirsts to give us His unfathomable mercy. All He asks is for us to trust in Him.
On the Octave of Easter, we celebrate the great feast of Divine Mercy to remember His unfathomable Divine Mercy that desperately thirsts for all of creation to be renewed and brought to union with Him.
Divine Mercy offers us compassion in spite of our intentional rejection of God’s love through sin. As John Paul II spoke of a time of unprecedented evil, he reminds us Jesus comes with unprecedented Mercy.
“The law entered in so that transgression might increase but, where sin increased, grace overflowed all the more”
As we celebrate the this great Feast of Mercy as we prepare for the Jubilee of Mercy, we need to take time to reflect on how much grace and mercy we have received in our lives. We can’t keep His love and mercy from a world that needs it as much as we do.
“For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.”
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