The Feast of Divine Mercy is celebrated on the Sunday after Easter. Saint John Paul II, who established this feast in 2000 when canonizing Faustina Kowalska, encouraged the Church to grow in this devotion.
An article on mercy and conversion, written for the Jubilee of Mercy in the Church. "The realization of the harm done by his sin – against God, others, and himself – leads David to seek refuge and healing in God."
An article on the corporal works of mercy, written for the Jubilee of Mercy in the Church. "As Saint Josemaría wrote, 'the sick are He,' a daring expression that reflects our Lord’s demanding words: 'Truly I say to you ... you did it to me.'"
Pope Francis in his Regina Coeli address on Sunday April 23 stressed the close tie between the forgiveness of sins and divine mercy: "we see the meaning of mercy that is presented on the day of Jesus’ Resurrection as forgiveness of sins."
A new article in the series on mercy. We are asked to "shape our hearts in accord with the lines marked out by the Beatitudes, making a reality of the ideal Christ sets forth for us: 'to be merciful even as your Father is merciful.'"
An article by Bishop Javier Echevarría, published in "Avvenire," expressing gratitude for the Jubilee Year of Mercy in the Church. "A person who has experienced mercy is called to communicate it to others."