- May 28, 2020
During a Mass livestreamed from the Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington on Divine Mercy Sunday, Bishop Michael F. Burbidge spoke of the constant need to “ask for mercy, be merciful and trust in Jesus.”
MUMBAI, India – One of Asia’s top cardinals says the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is a “frightening” time and presents a “big challenge to our faith.” Myanmar Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon, the president of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences, was speaking during his homily for Divine Mercy Sunday “Our
Celebrating Mass on Divine Mercy Sunday at the Roman parish of Santo Spirito, Pope Francis said the current COVID-19 coronavirus is an opportunity to practice mercy toward the poor and those who are suffering, particularly in the aftermath of the pandemic.
It’s only in the context of the life – and sacred activity – of the Christian community, therefore, that the summons to seek, receive, and bestow mercy can be fully understood.
Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori, supreme chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, will celebrate a special livestreamed Mass for Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19, at 3 p.m. (EDT) at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Baltimore.
The message of mercy, accentuated on this eighth day of Easter, allows us to change our lives and to suffer so that we may become better people for our own sakes’ and for those around us.