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How To Forgive People (Even When You Don’t Want To)

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Fr. Roger Landry to discuss mercy and forgiveness, and Fr. Rich’s recent appointment by Pope Francis as a Missionary of Mercy

Episode 158:
In this episode, we will discuss:
• Why is forgiving so important?
• Why did the Pope give Fr. Rich a new appointment?
• Does forgiving make you a pushover?
• How many times do you need to forgive someone?
• and much more

Show Notes:

The Missionaries of Mercy
https://missionariesofmercyusa.org/

The Spiritual & Corporal Works of Mercy
https://www.newadvent.org/cathen/10198d.htm

Fr. Landry’s Website
https://catholicpreaching.com/


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3 comments on How To Forgive People (Even When You Don’t Want To)

  1. Andrea says:

    Hi Guys and Fr. Landry:
    Thank you for an excellent show. Thank you for your vocations, Fr. Rich and Fr. Landry, and what you do for the children of God as far as mercy and forgiveness of sins. I will read Matthew 18:21-35 as homework on forgiveness of others Ryan Scheel.

    Congratulations on such a great honor Fr. Rich and it certainly sounds like you deserve it!

    I ask myself often if I have forgiven people in the past who had trespassed against me. If you still think of the trespasses then you probably haven’t forgiven that individual or individuals.

    I noticed the extra bobbleheads and one of them looks like Xavier Cugat a bandleader from the 1930’s up until late 1950’s.

  2. FHL says:

    Good grief, Charlie Brown. Curiosity led me to the list of priests in Canada, and don’t I know one of those eight. What are the odds?! Nutso. Not a big fan of this pope or of the UN, but justice and mercy in God’s proper proportion, blinds evil. My dad taught, to steer clear of sin is preferable to face-plants into cement sidewalks by lack of virtue, etc. but that it doesn’t make you better. All is grace.

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