Tag: St. Faustina
This homily was delivered at St. Luke’s Parish, Calgary, on the occasion of their “Priest Appreciation Weekend”. Second Sunday of Easter – Divine Mercy Sunday – (Jn. 20: 19-31) “Miserando Atque Eligendo” PDF Version
This weekend is the Feast of Divine Mercy! A revelation given by Jesus to St. Faustina, the first saint canonized in this millennium. With a great desire to share this message I couldn’t settle on a video so I chose four.
2nd Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday) (Rev 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19; Jn 20: 19-31) “The Wounds of Divine Mercy” PDF Version
St. Casimir Born: October 3, 1458 in Krakow, Poland Died: March 4, 1484 in Grodno, Belarus Canonized: 1522 Patron: Poland and Lithuania If there was one country in the past century that nurtured saints that captivated the minds of Catholics and non-Catholics alike, it was Poland. Whether it was St. Maximilian Kolbe’s zealous ministry… Read More ›
Ever wondered exactly what is Divine Mercy? In short – it’s the time in which we live. In this talk, you will discover all you need to know about what that means. For a short article on Divine Mercy from Swords of Truth, CLICK HERE. For a write up on the importance of the Chaplet… Read More ›
(John 20:19-31) In the eyes of the world, the concept of sin is considered passé. There is no denying it. Many people today don’t even want to acknowledge the existence of any kind of absolute right or wrong. Instead, they talk about ‘my truth’ and ‘your truth.’ “Everything is relative,” they claim. “It all depends… Read More ›
In 1935, shortly before the outbreak of World War II, a young Polish nun – who we now know as St. Faustina – received a vision of an angel from God. She described the angel as an “executor of divine wrath”1 who had been sent to strike the earth. St. Faustina began to plead with… Read More ›