Final podcast on the works of mercy. “The need to support one another with our prayer,” says the Prelate of Opus Dei, “has the savor of the early Church.”
Tag: Podcasts on Works of Mercy
"It is not a question of 'putting up with' other people but of welcoming them with humility. Let us look at others with the kind eyes with which God sees them." A new podcast on the works of mercy.
In a new podcast on the works of mercy, Bishop Javier Echevarria reflects on the delicate task of consoling the sorrowful. "Consoling others isn’t easy, since it requires a lot of tact; the soul of a person who is suffering is, so to speak, 'raw to the touch,' with a deep unease."
In this month's podcast, Bishop Javier Echevarria offers reflections on one of the spiritual works of mercy. "Fraternal correction is the duty of all Christians. When someone gives us a warning for our own good, we should see it as an expression of divine mercy."
In this month's podcast, Bishop Javier Echevarria offers reflections on two of the spiritual works of mercy.
A new audio in the series on the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
A new audio from the Prelate in the series on the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
"The first corporal work of mercy the Church recommends to us is centered on visiting and caring for the sick: an effort we see Jesus carrying out frequently during his earthly journey." The Prelate continues his monthly reflections on the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
For the Jubilee Year, we will offer each month an audio of the Prelate speaking about each of the works of mercy, with a transcription in English of his words. The December recording is an introduction to the series.