Weekly Reflection

Dynamic Forgiveness

04-07-2024  |  Jen Arnold, M.A. in Theology and Catechetics

Today is Divine Mercy Sunday, which the Church designates to focus on the profound mercy Jesus offers us by forgiving our sins. Most of us are grateful for God's infinite mercy and forgiveness because we know we would be lost without it. We are also aware that we are called to offer forgiveness to others in response to the forgiveness God so freely gives us. The Our Father prayer indicates that offering forgiveness to others is obligatory if we want to ask it for ourselves – “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” However, it is sometimes difficult to take what we know in our minds and put it into practice. In this article, I would like to present a method by which we can have a more dynamic participation in the process of mercy and forgiveness, where we can work with the Lord in bringing about conversion.

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Events

Knights of Columbus Annual Charity Raffle

Corpus Christi Council 10062 Knights are in the Church courtyard selling raffle tickets for the Annual Statewide Charity Raffle after Mass every weekend through May 12.

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Legion of Mary Annual Acies - East Phoenix Curia Celebration

All Active & Auxiliary members are invited to this beautiful ceremony to renew our consecration to our Blessed Mother.

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Hat Dressing Party

at Clearwater Living Tuke Cafe, 15815 S 50th St., Phoenix, AZ 85044

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Beloved: Corpus Christi Women's Retreat

Come join us for our first women's retreat as we discover that we are beloved by God.

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Bishop Dolan encourages stations during Lenten journey

Be sure to take a look at this video of Bishop John Dolan leading the Stations of the Cross during the first Friday of Lent at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Phoenix on Feb. 16th. The Ahwatukee based parish hosted a Fish Fry following the Stations of the Cross. Hosted by the Knights of Columbus, the dinner was sold-out.