Tag Archives: Jubilee of Mercy

Mercy In Ministry

At PrayTell, John Swencki asked about a Jubilee of Mercy connection on the church labor front: I would be interested in knowing what parish staffs and diocesan/chancery staffs are doing amongst each other to model mercy and compassion: are parish … Continue reading

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Merton on Mercy

From Chapter 11 of No Man Is An Island: We can have the mercy of God whenever we want it, by being merciful to others: for it is God’s mercy that acts on them, through us, when He leads us … Continue reading

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A Song of Hope

My wife was listening to this song the other night. It’s a fine setting of a beloved Bible passage apt for the Jubilee: For I know well the plans I have in mind for you … plans for your welfare … Continue reading

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What Pope Francis Intends On Abortion Forgiveness

Lots of commentary today to overshadow the observance of the day for the care of all creation, not the least of which is Pope Francis’s announcement on forgiving abortion. Where John Allen sees a “double-play,” and Ed Peters is “less … Continue reading

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More on the Jubilee of Mercy

Liam broke the news here in our comboxes, and Vatican Radio has more details at this location. If I’m still blogging in 2016, how would you propose we observe the Jubilee of Mercy? Off the top of my head, I’m … Continue reading

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