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8th Day of Easter
23rd April 2022 • The Catholic Man Show • The Catholic Man Show
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David's favorite thing ... Divine Mercy! This week we talk about St. Faustina, Divine Mercy, and how to obtain the indulgence on Sunday.

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About our drink:
Glendalough Pot Still Irish Whiskey - There is no more Irish a whiskey than Pot Still, so we felt it was fitting to age it in Irish Oak. We at Glendalough Distillery are proud to play our part in bringing back the use of Irish oak for whiskey cask-making. This most quintessentially Irish style of whiskey, pot still, is first matured in ex-bourbon casks, then in Irish Oak felled in the mountains around the distillery. While the bourbon cask softens and sweetens the whiskey, the higher levels of flavor in Irish oak complement and balance the classic pot still spices. About our gear:
N/A About the Topic: Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My Mercy. —St. Faustina’s Diary 300

Divine Mercy Plenary Indulgence:

  1. Performance of the indulgenced “work” — usually some prayer, or Scripture reading, or a pilgrimage.**
  2. Detachment from all of our sins — that is, not holding on to any of our sins in any way.
  3. Prayers for the Holy Father’s intentions.
  4. Confession.
  5. Mass and Holy Communion in the state of grace.

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What’s your holy hour look like? 

There’s a common thread among thousands of formerly sinful people we now call Saints. They had a relationship with God. Which then inspired them to ‘set the world on fire’ as Catherine of Sienna put it. But, more specifically, it meant they put in the time. They sat with the Lord. Spoke with Him. Listened to Him. Daily. They unveiled their hearts and wounds and problems to Him. They offered him thanks and gratitude. They left their sufferings with Him on the altar. They begged for His help. My question to you: are you putting in the time? I’m not talking about time to just talk at Him or sit in church making a mental grocery list. I’m talking about time to build a consistent, honest relationship. Time to speak, and time to listen. Whether you want to pray a daily holy hour or hit up adoration once a week, I have a guide here from the makers of Exodus 90 specifically about praying a Holy Hour. Inside, you’ll find a simple breakdown that shows you how to structure your time with the Lord. You can grab the mobile-friendly guide for free at

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