Take a deeper LOOK at the Works of Mercy

      with some members of our Permanent Diaconate community of the Archdiocese


 

Instruct the Ignorant

 

Instruct the Ignorant - The gift that keeps on giving

A Reflection by Deacon John Weist

 

 

Clothe the Naked

 

Where are the naked?

A Reflection by Deacon Tom Mulvenon

 

 

Comfort the Afflicted

 

Listening is a great way offer healing to those afflicted or hurt.

A Reflection by Deacon Dana Nearmyer

 

 

Bearing Wrongs Patiently

Bearing Wrongs Patiently requires mercy and kindness

A Reflection by Deacon Jim Lavin

 

 

Admonishing the Sinner

An act of mercy and love

A Reflection by Leon Suprenant

 

 

 

Visit the Sick

Everyone can participate in this corporal work of mercy.

A Reflection by Deacon Mike Hill

 

 

Feeding the Hungry

Feeding the Hungry - Don't Miss Your Opportunity

A Reflection by Deacon Charlie Cecil

 

 

Bury the Dead

Burying the dead is much more than burying the dead

A Reflection by Deacon Candidate Marcos Navarro

 

 

Visit the Imprisoned

This work of mercy can be transformative

A Reflection by Deacon Candidate John Stanley