Perspectives on Consecrated Life: Works of Mercy
November 18, 2016
For the last year we have all been hearing of the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy. Perhaps the most well-known are caring for the sick, visiting those in prison and instructing the ignorant. Around the world, hundreds of thousands of religious sisters and brothers dedicated their every day to these tasks. But there are also others works of mercy that perhaps should be included in the list.
Join Deacon Pedro and his guests, Sr. Joanne Belmonte and Sr. Ashley Spaulding of the Missionaries of the Poor Sisters of Jamaica to learn about their unique charism.
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