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As we beg for God's mercy in the world, our prayer should lead to action.  If we ask God for mercy, we ourselves should be the first to practice mercy. We encourage you to commit to practicing at least one corporal or spiritual work of mercy each day to realize more mercy in our world.

Corporal Works of Mercy

1. Feed the hungry.

2. Give drink to the thirsty.

3. Clothe the naked.

4. Shelter the homeless.

5. Comfort the imprisoned.

6. Visit the sick.

7. Bury the dead.

Spiritual Works of Mercy

1. Admonish sinners.

2. Instruct the uninformed.

3. Counsel the doubtful.

4. Comfort the sorrowful.

5. Be patient with those in error.

6. Forgive offenses.

7. Pray for the living and the dead.

Join us for our 

50 Days of Mercy Easter Challenge!  


In thanksgiving for God's mercy for sending His Son to die for our sins on the cross, we challenge you to commit to practicing Mercy throughout the entire Easter Season!  


From Easter Sunday through Pentecost, pick one Work of Mercy (see right) to practice each day!  It's that easy!

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