More than a Devotion... understand Divine Mercy and its importance today. What exactly is God's mercy? Where do we find it in Sacred Scripture? What is the basis for it in the life of the Church?
Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD, a university professor and expert on Divine Mercy, addresses these questions as he takes the reader on a tour of God's mercy in Scripture and Church history. In Divine Mercy: A Guide from Genesis to Pope Benedict XVI, journey from the Garden of Eden to the Hill of Calvary. Discover God's mercy in the writings of the Church's great theologians, as well as in the life and teaching of many of its most preeminent saints. Learn of St. Faustina's call to spread the Divine Mercy message in our time, and of Pope John Paul II's legacy of mercy, which has influenced Pope Benedict XVI, his successor.
Groups of all kinds in the Divine Mercy movement, in parishes, and at universities will find this book an essential guide to a deeper understanding of God's mercy. To enhance its use by groups, Dr. Stackpole has included study questions and a discussion starter at the end of each section in his chapters. Whether used by groups or individuals, this book belongs in the library of every Catholic.
* The John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy is an apostolate of the Congregation of Marians of the Immaculate Conception, a congregation that has promoted the authentic Divine Mercy message since 1941. The Institute provides formation and research in The Divine Mercy message and devotion as it is revealed in Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and in the life and writings of St. Faustina Kowalska.
* Dr. Robert Stackpole, STD, is Professor of Theology at Redeemer Pacific College and Director of the John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy. He is the author of numerous online and print articles on Divine Mercy, as well as the book Jesus, Mercy Incarnate and editor of Pillars of Fire in My Soul: The Spirituality of St. Faustina.
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By Adrian Kebbe.
This book investigates unique and startling revelations about life's greatest mysteries: (1) the meaning and purpose of life, (2) what happens after death, (3) the question of God, (4) the afterlife and many other questions concerning the very meaning of life.
"The one hour you spend reading this book may be the most valuable investment you make."
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Fr. George Kosicki, CSB, gives us an insightful look into St. Maria Faustina Kowalska's life, spirituality, and mission.
Learn why St. Faustina is so vitally important to us today as Fr. Kosicki explores why she is the Saint of the new millennium, and how her mission of mercy continues today. Find out why it's a mission that Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI have embraced!
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Follow the path of Faustina on her journey to sainthood. Award-winning author and historian Dr. Ewa Czaczkowska tenaciously pursued Faustina to produce a biography that masterfully tracks this mystic's riveting life and her unique call from Jesus.
More than 70,000 copies of the original Polish edition were sold within three months of its release. Now licensed for English distribution exclusively through Marian Press, Faustina: The Mystic and Her Message provides new details about this remarkable woman and rare photographs of her. In this biography, get to know the real Faustina, her message, and her mission.
Includes 32-page photo section, featuring many never-before-seen photos!
440 pages approx. IMPORT USA.
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I am pleased to recommend highly the Beatification Edition of John Paul II: The Great Mercy Pope by Fr. Kosicki. It follows on the heels of the Second Edition, which covered John Paul's entire papacy through the prism of Divine Mercy and was published in 2006, the year after his death.
Building on this previous edition, Fr. Kosicki and his coauthor, David Came, have developed in this new edition masterful chapters on John Paul II's cause for beatification, the miracle recognised for his beatification, and the beatification itself.
Further, they explore John Paul II's influence on his successor, Pope Benedict XVI, in promoting Divine Mercy, and update the chronology of the Great Mercy Pope to include events through 2011 that are part of John Paul's legacy.
Here is an invaluable resource for every apostle of Divine Mercy who wants to understand and embrace the Great Mercy Pope's special mission of proclaiming God's merciful love to all humanity.
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Life for the Glory of the Father will change your life!
Come to know God the Father like never before. Learn about the amazing life and work of Mother Eugenia Ravasio (1907-1990), the Foundress of Missionarie Unitas in Christo ad Patrem in Italy and the Leper City in Africa. During World War II, she was the first to discover a cure for leprosy, and is especially remembered for her love for God the Father and the Message she received.
Many graces have already been received through this beautiful Message to a world so in need of the love and grace of God the Father. 148 pages.
One of the best and most informative books ever published on God the Father as revealed to Mother Eugenia Ravasio. This book has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur.
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Saint Joseph lived his life hidden in the Divine Light of Sacred Mysteries. He was a living prayer of faith and trust and dedication. Read this beautiful account of St. Joseph's life, as revealed by Jesus to Sr. Maria Baij in 1736.
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Written by Felix Carroll, Loved, Lost, Found is a collection of beautiful stories of everyday people who discover God's extraordinary mercy. They include a former abortionist, a blind man, an unfaithful husband, a former cult member, a rape victim, a prisoner, a former "workaholic," and a survivor of the "Miracle on the Hudson" plane crash, among others.
The book begins with a story about Maureen Digan, whose miraculous healing in 1981 led to the beatification of Sister Maria Faustina Kowalska. The revelations made in the 1930s to this now-canonised nun, known as the message of Divine Mercy, play a major role in each one of the conversion stories in this collection.
Through St. Faustina, Jesus reiterates for our times the Gospel message that He is Love and Mercy itself, calling us to turn to Him in trust, receive His mercy, and extend His mercy to others.
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Recommended by George Cardinal Pell and Archbishop Denis Hart.
"Fr Paul Newton has done a great service in providing sound and accurate advice about the status, authority, purpose and credibility of private revelations. He presents the Church's guidance in an accessible manner to help people distinguish between Public Revelation and the wide range of private revelation.
He includes some practical advice in the form of 'Ten Guides for Authentic Devotion,' which readers will find helpful as a means of discernment. He adds some wise guidance for people who believe they are recipients of messages inspired by God" - Rev Mgr Peter J. Elliott EV.
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A stirring read for all who are touched by the lives of the saints - and by true stories of how God works through the lives of his people.
Beginning with martyrs like Agnes, Catherine, and Lucy, and including the heroic French maid Joan of Arc, the church has embraced many remarkable young women to whom were revealed the mysteries of the Kingdom of God. Saint Faustina belongs in such blessed company.
Following her canonization, an increasing number of people have begun to ask questions about Saint Faustina - the first new saint of the twenty-first century - whose revelations from God led to the popular Divine Mercy devotion and its accompanying movement. Import USA
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