Happy Divine Mercy Sunday!
In the upcoming year we will be celebrating a year of mercy!
Mercy received...Mercy given.
Gratitude is born of mercy given and received. There are circumstances in our world that keep people
in the dark. We are to be a light to one another... A Christian bears the light of Christ from our baptism. You may be the sign of mercy to someone today.
Can we recall a merciful one in our lives on the road of faith?
The young person
asked quickly before the start of class for CC'D " What difference does it make to be baptized since I haven't asked the priest?" Eternal life! Fulfillment! Rising in the father, son and Holy Spirit! Today we breathe in mercy. The
attitude of mercy. For we are created in the image of God.
Let prayers be offered for marriages in need, for those away from a worshipping community, for our youth, for peace in the Middle East, for protection of life and for protection for the
freedom of religion.
Here is a link for reference on Divine Mercy: