Works of Mercy
Corporal Works of Mercy
To Feed the Hungry
To Give Drink to the Thirsty
To Cloth the Naked
To Shelter the Homeless
To Visit the Sick
To Ransom Captives
To Bury the Dead
Spiritual Works of Mercy
To Instruct the Ignorant
To Counsel the Doubtful
To Admonish Sinners
To Bear Wrongs Patiently
To Forgive Others Willingly
To Comfort the Afflicted
To Pray for the Living & the Dead
For part I of the series, on the Meaning of Mercy, Click Here.
For part II of the series, on the Meaning of Mercy, Click Here.
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