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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Personal Prayer - Pathway to Joy - CD
Everyone knows that personal prayer is important. You can't expect to deepen a relationship with God talking with Him only once a week! But how, in the midst of the busy, noisy life we all lead, can we develop a pattern of daily prayer that really works? And if we are successful in carving out some moments for prayer, what do we do? How should we spend that time in way that would be most fruitful?
40 Days, 40 Ways: A New Look at Lent
Move beyond the typical “giving something up” and take a fresh look at Lent. Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers forty ideas, activities, and devotions designed to strengthen your spiritual life and help Catholics get the most out of Lent. Each idea is accompanied by a short reflection expanding its deeper spiritual meaning and a challenge to help you incorporate that idea in practical ways.
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Feast of Faith - The Transforming Power of the Eucharist
This enlightening, four-part adult faith formation series developed for the Year of the Eucharist is perfect for Lent, Dr. D’Ambrosio offers profound reflections on the nature of the Holy Eucharist – the “source and summit” of the Catholic faith throughout every season of the Church year.