Jubilee Year of Mercy: 2015 -2016

Mercy Chose Me: Conference Highlights

Julia Greeley Panel & Video

Julia Greeley has been called Denver’s “Angel of Mercy” and a model for the faithful in this Jubilee Year.

Master of Ceremonies, and the Chancellor of the Archdiocese, Dave Uebbing moderated a panel discussion on the life and virtues of Julia Greeley. The panel consisted of board members of the Julia Greeley Guild. Mary Leisring (President), Linda Chase (Treasurer) and Father Blaine Burkey O.F.M., Cap, who also authored a book about Julia Greeley, gave insights into her life.

Julia Greeley Sacred Image Unveiled

Read “Decoding the Julia Greeley icon” from the Denver Catholic

Julia Greeley_sacred image_copyright Archdiocese of Denver 2016_cropped

Dr. Ted Sri

edward-sri-featured-w480x300

“Merciful Like the Father”:  Living the Year of Mercy

This unique Jubilee Year gives us the opportunity to know the God of Mercy more profoundly.  Discover what divine mercy really is and experience how God wants to meet you—the real you, as you are—with his loving mercy, transform you with his love and work through you more powerfully to bless your family, friendships, parish and community. Learn practical tips on how to encounter the Father’s mercy more this year and how, by taking on the Father’s merciful heart, you can share His love more with your spouse, children, the poor, the suffering and those who do not know the Lord. As Jesus said, “Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful” (Luke 6:36).

Listen to the talk:

 

Fr. John Ignatius

NORTHGLENN, CO - JANUARY 23: Mercy Chose Me Conference at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church on January 23, 2016, in Northglenn, Colorado. (Photo by Daniel Petty/A&D Photography)

“The Mercy Crusade: How to Live a Spirituality of Mercy”

Fr. John Ignatius serves serves as Catholic Chaplain at the University of Denver. In his presentation he offers listeners series of ways to incorporate mercy into their lives, including forgiveness of others and of ourselves, especially through Confession.

Listen to the talk: