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WATCH: Divine Mercy is stronger than evil

Aleteia - published on 07/30/16

"Evil can only be defeated by divine mercy," said Saint John Paul II

“Evil [such as we see throughout the world] has the potential to bring out the best in us, or the worst in us.”

A very good time to ask ourselves, each individually, “what is the evil of our time bringing out in me?”

More to read: Why you should give the Divine Mercy chaplet a try…

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