Who Am I To Judge?

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Who Am I To Judge?

Divine Mercy and Diabolical Deception
Silva, Most Rev. Clarence
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Many in our culture today point out the truth of Jesus’ magnanimous mercy, but they presume that Jesus’ mercy does not demand conversion from sin. To understand authentic Christian mercy, the mercy that Pope Francis spoke of in his now famous exchange with reporters in 2013, one must distinguish between Divine Mercy, which calls for true conversion, and the diabolical deception of moral relativism.

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