This award-winning movie is a beautiful representation of the mystical life of St. Maria Faustina, who became the "Apostle of Divine Mercy". It tells the story of her mystical experiences as a nun living in a convent in Poland in the early 20th century. It is to her that Jesus appeared and commanded[..]
To celebrate the Year of Mercy, Ascension is releasing a video series highlighting the power of God’s mercy. In this first video of the series, Jeff Cavins reflects on the role the Virgin Mary plays in salvation history. He follows the Ark of the Covenant through the Old Testament and shows how Jesu[..]
This week marks the beginning of a special Jubilee Year for the Catholic Church. Pope Francis has announced this will be the Year of mercy dedicated to an act that is central to the Catholic faith.
Real to Reel's Carolee McGrath spoke to one local pastor who is taking this message of mercy to hea[..]
Patti Defilippis of St. Luke Productions shares some history of Saint Faustina Kowalska and the Divine Mercy devotion in anticipation of Saint Luke Productions' upcoming Live Drama, Faustina Messenger of Divine Mercy. Visit http://www.stlukeproductions.com to learn more about their great production[..]
The Divine Mercy Novena officially begins on Good Friday and ends on Divine Mercy Sunday, but it can really be offered at any time. This video presents the prayers associated with the first day of the novena.
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As we start the Year of Mercy, priest and artist Timothy Klunk, Pastor at Our Lady of Victory, explains how art connects us with God through many human expressions. He then narrates the official explanation of the Logo for the Jubilee of Mercy.
Presented by the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Pope Francis has declared 2016 a Jubilee Year of Mercy for all of us. What does that mean? Fr. Mike Schmitz offers some insight on that, explaining the significance of a Jubilee Year and showing how we can be merciful toward others in our everyday lives through the spiritual and corporal works of me[..]
God doesn't challenge us to commit for forty days, but for a lifetime. Kerry Weber, author of 'Mercy in the City', speaks about seizing Lent as an opportunity to make the Works of Mercy into habits. Presented by CatholicTV.com