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Learning About Mercy, Through a Saint

Last night I had a date with a saint. The relics of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, a Polish sister who gave the world the famous image of “Divine Mercy,” were at St. 401 more words


Mercy, Even in My Doubt

Happy Divine Mercy Sunday! For those who don’t know about this great day of devotion, let me try to give you a reason to celebrate today. 870 more words

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2nd Sunday of Easter | Just coincidence or God's Cunning Plan?

If there really is a God in charge of the Universe, and a personal God at that, he would want to let us know, right?  Well, it turns out that he has, but you have to have a humble heart that is open to persuasion in order to be convinced.  1,984 more words

Parish Newsletters And Readings

Ill-Conceived 2AM Blog Post

So I am maybe now back to working on the previous draft of Faustina?

Someday I would like to be someone who finds out what they’re doing before or at least  127 more words


2016 Week Six: Videogames > Life

Things I have done this week:

  • Answered numerous questions from bemused strangers with long, rambling answers that I couldn’t find endings to, when a simple “yes” or “no” would have sufficed.
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General Weirdness

You Did It To Me Study

As we approach Lent in this Jubilee Year of Mercy, I find it very appropriate to plan a reading of Michael E. Gaitley’s book You Did It To Me: A Practical Guide to Mercy in Action.  184 more words



It is fairly easy to identify where Christ instituted the Sacraments using the Scripture and Tradition that we have today. However, simply knowing where the story begins is of little value to understand how it is important for us today. 1,259 more words