Easter Sunday


“Everything written before our time was writtenHopeFaithTrust1 for our instruction, that we might derive hope from the lessons of patience and the words of encouragement in the Scriptures.”

-Romans 15:4

For Reflection:

One spiritual writer tells us that God had us in mind and our reading of Scripture when He inspired the evangelists of old. How, then, does this help us to appreciate St Paul’s words to the Romans? Where does this suggest we turn when we need to grow in hope?


Divine Mercy in My Soul: Diary of St Faustinab1517

St. Faustina Kowalska
Pb 730 pgs
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Introduction  Page xv

When she was only seven (two years before her First Holy Communion), Helena already sensed in her soul the call to embrace the religious life. When later she made her desire known to her parents, they categorically did not acquiesce in her entering a convent.  Because of this situation Helena strove to stifle this divine call within her.

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