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March 01, 2010


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Good a.m., Kerry,

Thank you for sharing. As I was reading the above, I was struck by similarities you are sharing in the book "The Calvary Road" and a book I have been reading for a time, now, Divine Mercy in My Soul, the Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska. For Lent, I have been reading from the devotional, Mercy Minutes(daily gems of St. Faustina).

Today's devotional was what seemed to be in line with what you are sharing:

"From today on, I do the will of God everywhere, always, and in everything."(Diary, 374)

"Now I understand well that what unites our soul most closely to God is self-denial; that is, joining our will to the will of God. This is what makes the soul truly free, contributes to profound recollection of the spirit, and makes all life's burdens light, and death sweet." (Diary, 462)

Mark L.

Kerry: that's a great book! A classic even.

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