#191 – The Mercy of God


This week’s episode is a special lecture from Sr. Gaudia from the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Poland speaking about Sr. Faustina and the spirituality of Divine Mercy. Also, listener e-mail with some more questions about Orthodoxy and the Eastern Churches.

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podcasticon# 191 – The Mercy of God



  1. Arthur Weiner
    Posted April 20, 2009 at 2:30 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Dear Fr. Beshoner: I want to thank you for you podcasts, which I look forward to very, very much. This one, with Sr. Gaudia, was over the top wonderful. Thank you so much for putting this up, and all the work you do, using podcasts to evangelize the world.

    I tried to find a way to contact/email Sr. Gaudia but had no look searching on the internet. Do the sisters at the Shrine have email? Is it possible to write to them? Her message meant so much to me and I just wanted to tell her that…

    Sincerely yours in the Lord,
    Art Weiner

  2. Mark Szewczak
    Posted April 21, 2009 at 1:23 pm | Permalink | Reply

    #191: Father Serpahim

    Wow. I admit to being stand-off-ish when Divine Mercy Sunday was established and the story of St Faustina came to light a few years ago. I admit that it was a kind of “Well, here is another sister with visions” that didn’t fit into MY idea of the Gospel. I am humbled to have listened to the podcast and heard Sr. Gaudia’s talk. How wrong I was and confess (well, you know what I mean) that I was being Pharisee-like. I needed to hear the story and understand through the grace of the Holy Spirit the complete depth of Christ’s love for us. You see, I have struggled with doubts about love and mercy and God all my life, maybe most people do. But I heard the story about Divine Mercy…I need to bask in that glow. Thank you, thank you so very much for putting that podcast on and thanks be to God for His putting the bug in my ear to listen. Blessings in your work and to all who listen to you.

    Mark Szewczak
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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