Let us walk on the path of life, believe in every good work, and be your pleasing fragrance, a perfume of life for life.
In a series of revelations to St. Maria Faustina Kowalska in the 1930s, our Lord called for a special feast day to be celebrated on the Sunday after Easter. Today, we know that feast as Divine Mercy Sunday, named by Pope St. John Paul II at the canonization of St. Faustina on April 30, 2000.
O Christ our God, you are the Ocean of mercy and compassion. Maronite Liturgy
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"I saw a strange and amazing Light unlike any light I had ever seen; it was a sea of light that extended from one end of the universe to the other. The sun would look like a small candle compared to that Light."
Read the mystical experience of Raymond Nader with Saint Sharbel.
O Christ, Through your resurrection you have renewed heaven and earth, made man a new creature and sent the breath of your hope into the world. Maronite Liturgy
Blessed is he who through his death has given us life and through his resurrection has given us victory over death.
"True joy is not the joy of the senses, true joy transcends your senses, and goes past them to the heart of the light where you would drown in the heart of God, see His light and melt in His love."
From the Eighth Experience of Raymond Nader with Saint Sharbel.
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Read the story of Raymond Nader’s Experience with Saint Sharbel.
help us to honor your resurrection with a pure voice and a clear conscience.
Girded with truth and with uplifted hands, may we rejoice in the joy of the Spirit, and be happy in the peace of God.