A superbly presented and unique Catholic bible combining Scripture with Divine Mercy Revelations.
For the first time ever, available in Australia and imported from the Marian Helpers in USA. As advertised on EWTN. Divine Mercy is a gift given to us by God. Devotion to Divine Mercy has been growing through the revelations to St. Faustina and the modern-day ministry of St. John Paul II.
Many Catholics may not realise that the revelation of Divine Mercy is interwoven into the Bible. Throughout the Bible, moments of mercy shed light on the Sacred Scripture’s message of God’s infinite love for us. The Divine Mercy Catholic Bible clearly shows the astounding revelation of Divine Mercy amidst the timeless truths of Sacred Scripture. This Bible includes 175 Mercy Moments and 19 articles that explain how God encounters us with mercy through His Word and Sacraments.
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"Apostle of My mercy, proclaim to the whole world My unfathomable mercy ... My daughter, be diligent in writing down every sentence I tell you concerning My mercy, because this is meant for a great number of souls who will profit from it." (Diary 1142)
This is the 2021 reprint of the Diary. It includes a 19-page colour photo section which is in itself very informative.
Since the Diary was first published in English in 1987, it has been one of our most popular books and a tremendous source of inspiration for both lay-people and religious in relation to the great mission in which Jesus entrusted St. Faustina to make His Great Mercy known again to the world. A spiritually uplifting book written at the request of Our Lord.
764 pages. Height: 20cm. Width: 13cm. Depth: 5cm. Soft cover only.
A Divine Mercy booklet, plus a bookmark, is included free with the purchase of every Diary. Reprinted in 2021 on excellent-quality paper, with a non-laminated gloss cover.
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In this third and final volume, Cardinal Pell's conviction is overturned by Australia's High Court, and he is released from prison. As his appeal draws near, he grows in confidence that his case is strong and that his vindication is important not only for his own sake and the Church's sake, but also for the sake of Australia's legal system. While continuing his daily readings and devotions, and receiving hundreds of letters with offers of prayers and sacrifices on his behalf, the cardinal ponders the meaning of suffering in the life of the Christian, and he determines to accept with equanimity whatever outcome lies ahead.
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Do those who take their own lives automatically go to Hell?
How can we help those who have lost a loved one to suicide?
Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, on his journey to answer these questions in an informative, easy-to-read account of his own grandmother's suicide. Father Alar and his fellow Marian Jason Lewis give you the insight necessary to better understand how to grieve such a tragic loss and how to help others in their time of need.
This book unpacks the treasures of the Church's teaching, Sacraments, and devotions to bring real, transforming grace into the struggle of understanding and grieving suicide. After Suicide will give you true hope, both for the salvation of the one who died by their own hand and for the healing of those who are left behind.
This book is a must read for all those trying to make sense out of a difficult subject. Additionally, the principles presented herein apply not only to those lost to suicide, but by any means of death.
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Written at the command of Jesus Christ, this Diary contains the heavenly communications given by Our Lord and Our Lady to Elizabeth Kindelman, Third Order Carmelite, between the years 1961 and 1982.
At the National Congress of the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary movement in Budapest, Hungary on June 6, 2009, Cardinal Péter Erdö, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest and President of the Council of Episcopal Conferences in Europe, gave the text his Imprimatur.
With the spread of The Flame of Love movement around the world, the Spiritual Diary has also received Imprimaturs from Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, and the United States.
The communications from heaven, recognized by the Holy Catholic Church, perfectly support and amplify the urgency of the message of Fatima for our times.
In April, I wondered how I could accomplish everything. Jesus spoke in my soul: "Just do my redeeming work unceasingly. Do not ask how. Just be eager for my Kingdom to arrive for you and others."
The next day, a sharp, burning pain burdened my heart. Although I suffered, the pain pleased me. I didn't know what to compare it with. Jesus explained that this was homesickness for heaven. "As a child, you were far from your mother and your country. This strong sorrow that I send you is a longing for your heavenly home." - Page 22.
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Healed by the Grace of God is a practical guide to opening up to the true power of God's healing grace: a must-read for all who seek healing or wish to lead happier, holier and more peace-filled lives. It starts with the basics of life and faith, and builds on this with processes and suggestions that are sure to inspire and bring hope to the hopeless. It affirms that God is truly alive, and that His saving power and mercy are open to all who seek them, right now. It contains all that has helped the author to heal and transform his life. In areas where psychiatrists and psychologists could not help, or simply held no hope for success, he found hope and help in the Lord.
By Mathew Sullivan, author of Stop! This is Not the Way!
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This is a beautifully presented book with colour pictures that comes directly from Vilnius, Lithuania, where the original image of Divine Mercy is located. The book describes many of the aspects of the Divine Mercy; The Merciful Lord, The Mother of Mercy, The Feast, The Chaplet, The Novena, The Merciful Image and Prayers, including a section showing all the places in Lithuania associated with Divine Mercy. Very easy to read and great for beginners. Printed with the blessing of Archbishop Grušas from Lithuania Laminated cover. 56 pages.
First time ever available in Australia!
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Most of us have questions about spiritual direction. What is it? Is it for me? What if I can’t find a spiritual director? These questions and more are well answered in Dan Burke’s book. The Lord is clearly calling all Catholics into a deeper union with him. This book, in a style which is both inspiring and practical, provides some of the Church’s most important wisdom about how to respond to this call. -Ralph Martin, PhD, president, Renewal Ministries and author of The Fulfillment of All Desire.
Spiritual direction is...
Understanding the general direction or trajectory of one's soul
Working with a spiritual guide to help unite one's soul to God and find peace and joy through the pursuit of His will and ways
A process of growing in holiness
Covering each of these important pathways to peace and holiness, this book will serve the souls of those who are seeking to deepen their relationship with God and find their spiritual direction.
Whether you are at the beginning of the process, a veteran of spiritual direction, or struggling outside of spiritual direction, this book will help you uncover a map of success for your journey.
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This is the amazing true story of the secondary miracle that would have been used for the canonisation of Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop. Written by Sharon Simpson, this is the story of her son Jack, When young Jack asked Sharon for the ‘Holy Bread’, she was dumbfounded. The eight-year-old boy was struck down in 1999 with a series of catastrophic illnesses and death seemed a foregone conclusion. With no cure in sight, the faith community of Woodend, Victoria turned to Blessed Mary MacKillop for the healing of Jack, and thus began a very special Eucharistic Journey. This in turn led to a vision of the saint, a healing without precedence, investigations by Vatican doctors, and a trip to Rome for the canonisation of Australia’s first saint. 176 pages .
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This book is dedicated to Our Lady of Perpetual Help. It was first published on the 26th of February 2008, which coincides with the 60th anniversary of the announcement by Pope Pius XII after reading a typewritten copy of The Poem of the Man-God:
Publish this work just as it is, without giving an opinion about its origin, whether it be extraordinary or not. Who reads it, will understand. (Nowadays) one hears of many visions and revelations. I do not say they are all authentic; but some of them can be authentic.
This book is a selection of extracts from five of Maria Valtorta's books: Poem of the Man-God, Notebooks 1943, Notebooks 1944, Notebooks 1945-1950, The Book of Azariah (Maria's guardian angel), and Lessons on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans (dictations by the Holy Spirit).
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