When Mercy is Hard to Do

Our last column (Bringing Mercy to Marriage) generated some interesting comments from readers on our blog so we thought we’d expand on the topic – what it is, what it isn’t

When Mercy is Hard to Do2018-03-16T17:12:36+11:00

Bringing Mercy to your Marriage

It’s Divine Mercy Sunday this week, one of our favourite feasts. Inspired by the writings of St Faustina, a Polish visionary of the 20th century, this feast honours God’s infinite capacity

Bringing Mercy to your Marriage2020-01-08T20:47:37+11:00

Why is forgiveness so hard?

In this Year of Mercy, there’s lots of talk about forgiving: God’s expansive forgiveness and our own obligation to forgive others. We get it. It’s important. Incredibly so. But why is

Why is forgiveness so hard?2018-04-03T13:28:01+10:00

Accessing Supernatural Powers

Jesus promised his disciples to send the Holy Spirit. Two thousand years later, the Holy Spirit is still channelling grace into the hearts of believers. Graham and Jenn were not doing very

Accessing Supernatural Powers2015-05-11T18:32:11+10:00

The Art of Apology

Do you feel mystified or helpless when your spouse is upset with you? Do your apologies get rejected?     Reconciliation doesn't happen spontaneously. You have to be intentional and specific. Read

The Art of Apology2015-01-15T14:58:41+11:00

More than “I’m Sorry”

Saying sorry and asking for forgiveness are two very different factors in resolving arguments. Saying Sorry is Simple We were in the midst of yet another disagreement. We were both hurt, and

More than “I’m Sorry”2015-01-15T15:02:21+11:00

Reconciliation

Love means more than saying “I’m sorry”. There’s a difference between the ‘I’ centred statement “I’m sorry”, and the other centred statement, “Will you please forgive me?” The ‘I’ centred statement simply

Reconciliation2015-01-15T15:05:12+11:00
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