4 Key Points To Understand Divine Mercy Sunday

4 Key Points To Understand Divine Mercy Sunday

Infographic: 4 key points to understand the Feast of the Divine Mercy    

More Divine Mercy Sunday Resources

They Call Her “The Prophet of Mercy,” Meet St. Faustina
How To Pray The Divine Mercy Chaplet: Your Step By Step Visual Guide
Catholic Bible Study On Divine Mercy Sunday and Spiritual Exercise

How To Liberate A Guilty Conscience | Catholic Bible Study

St. Ignatius of Loyola explains, “By the term “Spiritual Exercises” is meant every method of examination of conscience, of meditation, of contemplation, of vocal and mental prayer, and of other spiritual activities. “For just as taking a walk, journeying on foot, and running are bodily exercises, so we call Spiritual Exercises every way of preparing […]

0 comments
3 Ways To Use Your Rosary (Hint: It’s Not a Necklace)

3 Ways To Use Your Rosary (Hint: It’s Not a Necklace)

You probably have a rosary lying around your house somewhere.  Maybe you received it as a Confirmation gift or picked one up when the sweet old lady was passing them out at church, but you don’t really know what to do with it.    If you remember praying the rosary as a kid as something […]

0 comments
Ask A Priest With Fr. George Elliott

Ask A Priest With Fr. George Elliott | 3 Reasons We Should Never Lie

If you missed Ask a Priest Live with Fr. George Elliott, you can watch the replay here. Each Sunday at 3:00 PM Central, I go live on the Catholic-Link Facebook page. I will start with the Divine Mercy Chaplet, then provide a quick reflection on the Sunday readings, and then answer audience questions in the comment section of the video. […]

0 comments
Everything You Need to Know about Divine Mercy Sunday

Everything You Need To Know About Divine Mercy Sunday

This beautiful glimpse into the life of St. Faustina is a clip from the award-winning movie Faustina: The Apostle of Divine Mercy, recently released by Ignatius Press.  The film is based on St.Faustina’s “Diary” and tells the story of the Polish nun who received powerful messages from Jesus.  Jesus appeared to St. Faustina frequently throughout her […]

0 comments
11 of the Best Vacation Spots for Catholic Families

11 Of The Best Catholic Vacation Spots For Families

It’s the time of year when many families decide to take a vacation and get away from the daily grind and busyness of life.  It’s important to remember that we should include God in our plans even while we are away. Today we present a list of vacation ideas for the Catholic family.  Maybe you […]

0 comments
Mercy Pope Francis Quote

Mercy Makes The World Less Cold | Pope Francis

This post is not an article, but a part of our gallery of images. You can share this image in your social media or you can click the “Download” button and send it to your friends. We only ask you to share it in its original version, without editing it. Happy evangelization! ? Related content: […]

0 comments
catholic love story forgiveness

“A Love So Strong” It Can Forgive the Unthinkable

The Lord’s Prayer, is a prayer many of us have prayed countless times to the point that the words have just become a rhythm. There is that one tiny, seemingly innocuous line that calls us to “forgive those who trespass against us”. It is often too uncomfortable to dwell on what that really means in […]

0 comments
Divine Mercy

Be Bold! The Father Is Waiting And Will Always Catch You | Catholic Bible Study

Are you holding back in your faith? Cowering in the locked upper room like the Disciples? Father Ian VanHeusen leads us in a Catholic Bible Study on John 20:19-31, and the awesome trustworthiness of God to catch us when we step out, risk big, and shed our fears in order to live our faith boldly. […]

0 comments
Catholic-Link Donations donate donation donor

Keep Searching, Keep Learning

Our Newest Images:

What Is The Miraculous Medal?

What Is The Miraculous Medal?

“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”Prayer of the Miraculous Medal What Is The Miraculous Medal? The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “Sacramentals are sacred signs instituted by the Church. They prepare men to receive...

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

Catholic-Link