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  • Writer's pictureDr. Anthony Lilles

Happy Divine Mercy Sunday 2013!

Divine Mercy Sunday reminds us of the truth on which the whole Christian life stands. Although internal and external politics in the life of families and nations seem overbearing, actual conflicts or any potential strife do not ever have to consume the meaning of our lives. There are deeper and more powerful forces at work in the course of human events, even in the course of our personal lives. In the radiance of the face of the Risen Lord, the merciful love of the Father waits to be discovered by faith. After two millennia of searching these vast frontiers, the Church has yet to fully plummet the inexhaustible riches are Christ. Indeed, for all our efforts in this noble task, we have only scratched the surface of all that God has in store for those who believe. In the unbridled inflow of God's presence in the world which the Lord continually makes known, we have reason for great hope. May this great celebration of merciful love be a blessing for you and your family -- and through you for the whole world. Here are some previous reflections on divine mercy: For a little background on this great feast and the Holy Spirit - click here. For some thoughts on this celebration and wisdom of heart -- click here. For a reflection of St. Faustina Kowalska and this wonderful day -- click here

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