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There’s only 125 of these priests in the United States. And there’s only a few over a 1000 worldwide. Father John Paul Zeller MFVA joins John Manos on today’s episode to discuss confession, God’s mercy, and the special graces given to him by a Papal mandate.
Father John Paul is a missionary of mercy. He discusses the mandate, and how it first instructs and empowers him to preach on God’s mercy, and how that preaching brings people to confession.
Discover the secret link to conversion. Hear how to move sinners to conversion. The role of preaching and the power of the words of the Gospel.
Also discussed: the Church and the seal of confession; St. John the Baptist; what to do when God calls you to do something; and, how we can regain joyful hearts.
Opening quite from St. Maximilian Kolbe:
Whenever you feel guilty, even if it is because you have consciously committed a sin, a serious sin, something you have kept doing many, many times, never let the devil deceive you by allowing him to discourage you. Whenever you feel guilty, offer all your guilt to the Immaculate, without analyzing it or examining it, as something that belongs to her…
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Tagged As: Confession, john the baptist, Pope Francis SJ, Repentance, Year of Mercy
Beautiful talk. It reminded me of a co-worker who hasn’t been to confession for over 25 years because he was “yelled at” during his last confession. Please pray for him to “come back home”.
God bless you Father John Paul and you to John.
Always look forward to your talks to help my faith, hope and charity because I am sure in desperate need of it on a daily basis to help carry my cross.