Posts Tagged ‘Divine Mercy’

This Café provides a taste of Rome in Apia

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

Since its opening ceremony some weeks ago, the religiously themed Immaculate Religious Shop and Café has already served many customers, no matter if they are devout Christians or not. “This is my first visit here, but I think it is really great. I would not consider myself a really devout or religious person, but I Read more

Aspects of Mercy

Friday, March 18th, 2016

Mercy is a God-word, liquid in that it seems to take the shape of any container open to it. Poured without a container it can soak in a random way, refreshing dryness and encouraging new growth, regardless of the boundaries of belief systems. As Scripture says, it falls like the rain on all. Little wonder Read more

Divine Mercy congress in Solomons

Friday, November 7th, 2014

The Divine Mercy secretary general for Oceania, Lesina Levy, is in the Solomon Islands for the first ever Divine Mercy Ministry congress to be held there. Lesina, who is from Samoa, is the main speaker at the conference. The theme for this year’s congress is ‘God’s word is active and alive. The hope of humans Read more

Vietnamese priest devoted to Divine Mercy excommunicated

Friday, June 27th, 2014

A young Vietnamese priest has been excommunicated after accusations he taught false beliefs against the Catholic faith. Fr Peter Nguyen Van Tuong was excommunicated “latae sententiae”, the apostolic administrator of Vinh Long diocese announced. Administrator Fr Peter Duong Van Thanh accused Fr Tuong of “preaching false beliefs against the Catholic Church doctrine” and “being too Read more

Pope Francis canonises Sts John XXIII and John Paul II

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Pope Francis has praised Sts John XXIII and John Paul II as men who modernised the Catholic Church in fidelity to its ancient traditions. The Pope said this during his homily at a canonisation Mass at St Peter’s Square on April 27 before an estimated 500,000 people. A few minutes earlier, he had formally declared Read more

Jesus Christ watches over Samoa’s international airport

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

An image of Jesus Christ under the title of the Divine Mercy was dedicated at the international airport of Samoa, Faleolo, last Wednesday. Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi spoke at the unveiling. He said the “only correct image now looks over the national gateway”. “Faleolo Airport is Samoa’s front door to the world. It is Read more

Divine Mercy congress inspires quake-stricken New Zealand

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

Catholics in Christchurch drew inspiration from a recent Divine Mercy Congress as they work to rebuild from a series of devastating earthquakes that have hit the country in the last year.


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