By Cindy Paslawski / February 17, 2021 /

“Do you think the Lord is trying to tell us something?” my husband asked after we heard about power outages in Texas and winter storms from the Gulf to Maine. Meanwhile we in the Northern Plains “warmed up” to   -18F in time for morning coffee. I’m surprised hellfires hadn’t resumed in California. “If He is,” I…

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BFP Aug 15 Hagia Sophia Closed Lest The Angels Take Stock

By John B. Manos / August 15, 2020 /

Our Lord does not always think it is time for the sword, but when it is, His angels are fast to use it. The events at the Hagia Sophia seem to indicate time is up. Buckle up.

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Why Divine Mercy Matters (START YOUR NOVENA TODAY!)

By Dustin P.J. Murphy / April 14, 2017 /

“I desire that during these nine days you bring souls to the fount of My mercy…on each day you will bring to My Heart a different group of souls…and I will bring all these souls into the house of My Father…I will deny nothing to any soul whom you will bring to the fount of…

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Expires this weekend! FULTON SHEEN on Mercy

By John B. Manos / December 29, 2016 /

Enjoy reading this excerpt from Fulton Sheen from Issue 3 of the Bellarmine Forum Magazine. But hurry! This preview expires Dec 31! The Magazine includes this article!

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By Popular Demand: The Mercy of God in a PDF

By St. Robert Bellarmine / August 1, 2016 /

We get it — you want to enjoy a new perspective on Mercy. You’ve looked around online. What did you find? Probably got distracted into debates and news, when you really would like to invest some time into exploring this deepest virtue of our Lord — His Mercy. Or, you found things that make you wonder if the…

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Look Back on Your Year of Mercy with a Smile of Relief

By John B. Manos / May 30, 2016 /

Discover one way you can profit from the graces this Jubilee Year, a Year of Mercy, and make yourself better equipped to preach the Gospel to others!

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The Apostle to the Apostles

By Terri Aluise / July 22, 2015 /

St. Mary Magdalene is one of the most inspiring figures in the Gospels, for she shows that God can turn our sins around and transform us into His Glory. Unfortunately, she has been used by many with an agenda to subvert the powerful revelation of Christ’s love for His Church. The Da Vinci Code Was…

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Jesus I Trust in You

By Terri Aluise / April 11, 2015 /

by Guest Author, Terri Aluise Feast of the Divine Mercy Liturgical Color: White This Sunday we will celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday. Many are familiar with the image of the Divine Mercy. It was revealed to a humble Polish nun, St. Faustina Kowalska, in 1931 in a vision she had of Christ. The image is of…

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In memoria aeterna erunt justi: Remembering the Holy Souls

By John M. DeJak / November 1, 2011 /

One of the curiosities of the Roman Calendar (or more properly, the calendar of the Roman Rite) is the dedication of the month of November to the Holy Souls in Purgatory.  For many of us, these souls are also known as the Poor Souls in Purgatory–“poor” because of the sufferings they endure as the result…

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The Sacrament of God’s Infinite Mercy

By admin / November 23, 2000 /

The Sacrament of God’s Infinite Mercy By Fr. James Buckley, F.S.S.P When he looks at the cross, the sinner sees Love Incarnate, bruised, derided, cursed and defiled. Why, he asks, have you, my God, suffered such unspeakable torments? And the answer of the Crucified is: “For you and for your sins.” If any Catholic thought…

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