Tag: Mercy

Jesus, Healer of Wounds and Source of Mercy

By Tom Grenchik   The recent Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in America was an unprecedented gathering. Led by 155 bishops, over 3,200 Catholic leaders attended from 159 dioceses and over 200 national Catholic organizations, apostolates, and movements. Inspired by Evangelii gaudium, the Convocation equipped and re-energized leaders to share the Gospel as […]

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“By opening our hearts to his love and mercy, we let Christ dwell in us and we see more deeply the intricate and unique beauty of each person.” Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley, O.F.M. Cap., Chairman USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities 2013 Respect Life Month Statement, https://goo.gl/sLEXYo.

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“May the infinite depth and breadth of Christ’s Divine Mercy remind us that no wound is too great for God to heal.” Pray for Life: April 2016, https://goo.gl/rgX7jH. USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities

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“While many Catholics want to help women and men heal from past abortions, most don’t know how to begin.” Learn how you can become an instrument of mercy at www.usccb.org/bridges-of-mercy.   USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities, “Bridges of Mercy for Post-Abortion Healing”

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“Gracious Father, I thank you for the mercy you have shown in forgiving my sins and for the peace that comes from being reconciled with you and with your Church.”   “Trust in God’s Mercy” USCCB Prayer Card (Post-Abortion Healing)* Padre misericordioso, gracias por la misericordia que has mostrado en perdonar mis pecados y por […]

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USCCB prolife secretariat Divine Mercy Sunday

Archbishop Naumann will be live streaming a prayer service hosted by the Archdiocese of Kansas City, Kansas on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19th at 3:00pm CDT. The goal is to reach women and men who have participated in abortion and to welcome all who wish to join in and pray. Please feel free to post and […]

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Word of Life for April 19, 2020

If you or someone you know has had an abortion, “be assured that it is never too late to seek God’s forgiveness in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.”* Additionally, other confidential, compassionate help is also available. Select “Find Help” from the menu on www.hopeafterabortion.org to find the diocesan Project Rachel Ministry near you.   USCCB Secretariat […]

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