In this reflection for Divine Mercy Sunday 2022, Fr. Erik Arnold tells us that, as St. Thomas Aquinas says, reconciliation with God is the greatest of his miracles, even greater than creation itself.
So on this divine mercy Sunday, let’s turn to Jesus and ask him to do that great work in us, helping us to trust in his divine mercy with an unshakeable trust and confidence.
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Fr. Erik Arnold
Rev. Arnold was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 1999 and serves as pastor at St. John the Evangelist, Maryland. He earned a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University and is ChristLife's liaison to Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore. He has served as a speaker for ChristLife, an evangelization ministry in Maryland.