As a basis for my presentation to priests from around the globe, I used the wonderful story from the fourth chapter of John’s Gospel concerning Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well. From this encounter I derived four principles regarding the divine mercy, namely that God’s mercy is relentless, divinizing, demanding, and mission oriented.
Bishop Barron on The Woman at the Well
by Bishop Robert BarronJuly 7, 2016
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