Sunday, April 28, 2019

Low Sunday

It is Divine Mercy Sunday. Father Mark says it better than I ever could. To quote:
The Church is a community of wounded persons who have contemplated the glorious wounds of the Risen Christ. Our wounds are the means by which the mercy of the Risen Christ penetrates into the secret places of the soul. Those who have no wounds, or those who pretend to have none, shut out the healing mercy of Christ. A certain kind of virtue — self-sufficient and hard — renders one impenetrable to the balm of Divine Mercy. Those who know themselves to be wounded and who expose their wounds to the radiance of Christ’s glorious wounds, experience the power of his resurrection. These alone are sent forth by Christ to carry on his work of healing mercy in the world. (Read entire post.)

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May 6th — 14th 2015

The Benedictine Monks of Silverstream Priory in Stamullen, County Meath, Ireland, will, once again this year, be holding a Solemn Novena to Saint Dymphna every evening, from Wednesday, May 6th through Thursday, May 14th, at 7:00. The novena service will include a sermon, a prayer to Saint Dymphna, veneration of the relic of the saint, and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Saint Dymphna is the compassionate patron of those suffering from depression, anxiety, and other related illnesses. Holy Mass will be celebrated on the feast of Saint Dymphna at 10:00 a.m.

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