Overcoming the ‘Troubles’ with Divine Mercy

Posted on February 9th, by in Catholics Come Home, Eucharist, Mary, Testimonies, Topics. No Comments

The tag line of this Catholic story could have been ‘a rebel without a cause.’ This young Irishman was a loose cannon during his youth on the emerald isle, but it once again was the faithfulness of that brought him through those years of rebellion.

Today’s Story

If you’re wondering what action the took to remain faithful, let’s just say it involved the beads on the ! Whether it be the or divine mercy chaplet, this man’s was not going to give up on their son of God. What a beautiful testament to trusting in ’s intercession for overcoming darkness. Even if that darkness means facing trial in the face of the law, which he shares with you today. You know that this man overcame the darkness, simply by looking at his prayer room, which he has set up inside of his home. Might we all look to his story and home as an example of how to live out the Gospel message through the wisdom of the Catholic faith. How has the impacted your Catholic faith?


‘Irish Steve’ is back on the emerald isle working for the mission! We will be seeing updates soon from his pilgrimage of faith through Europe. We may even have a surprise to share in the next couple of weeks that you will not want to miss. Comment section below if you care to share thoughts on today’s story. Connect to the pope by clicking on the Vatican logo.

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Readings for 9th February 2012
First: 1 Kings 11:4-13
Responsorial: Psalm 106:3-4, 35-36, 37 And 40
Gospel: Mark 7:24-30

: Luminous Mysteries
1. Resurrection
2. Ascension
3. Descent of the Holy Spirit
4. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin
5. Coronation of the Blessed Virgin

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