https://www.thedivinemercy.org/news/Mercy-Sundays-Special-Graces-Plenary-Indulgence-Are-They-the-Same-2485

Jesus is Dying to Have a Relationship With You | #925

Fr. Joel Homilies

Easter 2 (Divine Mercy) – Jesus has won the gift of mercy by dying and rising. But the real gift of God is the gift of his Friendship. Mercy is what happens when God welcomes back his unworthy friends. As we have received mercy, so we must also give.

https://revelationrevolution.org/revelation-17-a-preterist-commentary/jesus-before-the-sanhedrin-2/

Battle Ready: Live for the One Who Died for You | #920

Fr. Joel Homilies

Lent 5 – In the light of Palm Sunday, we see the true King and sinless judge who offers mercy. Jesus takes her place and pays the price for her sin. Jesus takes your place; Jesus pays your penalty. Will you live for the one who died for you?

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Battle Ready: Home Base | #919

Fr. Joel Homilies

Lent 4 – We need to come back to Home Base: the Father’s love for us. Sometimes we are the younger brother, sometimes the older. But we are all called to love like the Father. Experience God’s mercy 77 times, and welcome others as He welcomes you.

Battle Ready: How to Fertilize a Burning Bush | #918

Fr. Joel Homilies

Lent 3 – Unlike the ancient Gods, the Lord is not another force in Creation. Moses needs to be convinced of three things: God’s Power, God’s Plan, God’s Love. When we are convinced of these three things, we can turn life’s “crap” into fertilizer.

http://humanityfaithhopecharity.com/2015/04/12/divine-mercy-sunday/

The Eucharist: Miracle of Mercy | #823

Fr. Joel Homilies

Divine Mercy – Jesus is like us in all the ways that make us miserable. It is precisely in our misery that God comes to meet us and offer mercy and feed us with True Love. Pray to experience once again for the first time the Miracle of the Eucharist.

How Many Times Should God Forgive You? (#740, 24th Sunday)

Fr. Joel Homilies

Forgiveness is the transformative process of letting God’s love fill our wounds. Forgiveness allows us to recover our own dignity and the dignity of the offender. It is a work both human and divine. Forgive as you have been forgiven. [AUDIO]

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Come Home to the Father (#643, 24th Sunday)

Fr. Joel Homilies

This story is all about you: you have a Father who loves you, and He won’t stop giving you stuff. Sometimes we get stuck on the stuff. When we come to our senses and remember who we are, our Father runs to us and soaks us in His mercy. [AUDIO]