“Wherever there are Christians, everyone should find an oasis of mercy.” —Pope Francis
Whether dealing with adoption, sobriety, bullying, the Boston Marathon bombing, or friendship with a Jehovah’s Witness, Mathew Schmalz’s own life serves as the backdrop for his reflections on the complex nature of mercy—how we give it, and how we receive it. From a home for lepers in India to a halfway house in the Bronx, the author probes his experiences to reveal mercy as a virtue that doesn’t necessarily come easily, but is infinitely rewarding.
Discussion and reflection questions at the end of each chapter allow you to dig deeper into your own ideas about mercy, what it looks like in your life, and how to move toward a more merciful existence. Perfect for individual or group study.
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Fr. Vincent Capodanno - Priest of Heroic Virtue 06/01/2009
The Meaning of Lent 01/21/2009
St. Anthony the Great, Founder of Monasticism 01/14/2009
Archbishop Fulton Sheen 01/14/2009
The Seven Capital Virtues 01/06/2009
The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy 01/06/2009
St. Francis de Sales 01/06/2009
The Seven Capital Sins 01/06/2009
The Amazing Grace Series 12/19/2008