If you have ever wrestled with these sorts of difficult issues, Living the Message of Divine Mercy sheds light on the role of suffering, humility, and spiritual poverty in the Christian life. Bryan S. Thatcher, MD draws upon Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, papal teachings, and the Diary of St. Faustina in applying the mind of Christ and His Church to these areas. He also provides examples from his own personal life and ministry to show the reader how to live Divine Mercy when we are faced with suffering and adversity.
In this booklet, discover for yourself how suffering, humility, and spiritual poverty can become keys to living Divine Mercy during these difficult times.
The founder and director of Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy, is the author of other popular hooks on Divine Mercy. He travels the world promoting the Eucharist, prayer cenacles, and the message of Divine Mercy as a “Way of Life.” He and his wife, Susan, have nine children — including three in heaven.
Bryan S. Thatcher, MD,
Living the Message of Divine Mercy: The Role of Suffering, Humility, and Spiritual Poverty in Our Lives
by Bryan S. Thatcher, Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy
Can God really use suffering in our lives? Isn’t humility only for the weak of the world? Aren’t only religious called to embrace spiritual poverty?