The Father’s mercy

“In Jesus, God completely committed himself in order to restore hope to the poor, to those who were deprived of dignity, to strangers, to the sick, to captives, and to sinners, whom he welcomed with kindness. In all this, Jesus was the living expression of the Father’s mercy.” — Pope Francis

Reflection: Think of one or two specific people you know who are struggling with poverty, injustice, loneliness, illness, imprisonment, or their faith. How might you express your own trust in the Father’s mercy to show each kindness and help restore hope?

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The Father’s mercy

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