- En español 2-4 octubre 2015
- March 18-20, 2016 (English)
- July 8-10, 2016 (English)
- En español septiembre 30 a octubre 2, 2016
Project Rachel Contact Information
Paula Segno, Coordinator, email@example.com
Office: (916) 733-0161
Fax: (916) 733-0195
Podcast – Bob Dunning Interviews Diocese of Sacramento, Project Rachel Coordinator, Paula Segno (January 15, 2015)
Don’t be afraid. Draw close to my heart. There you will find the peace and happiness you seek.
Jesus speaks these words to every human being in every generation. He knows well that each of us is broken by sin and burdened by selfishness and past hurts.
As St. Paul has written, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Yet we are saved “by his grace as a gift, through the redemption which is in Christ Jesus.”
You may be thinking, “I don’t deserve to be forgiven. My sins are too great!” Thankfully, God’s love is greater than all the sins of all time. Jesus offers his grace and forgiveness to every repentant heart. All we have to do is ask and begin to trust in his mercy.
As Pope John Paul II wrote: “No human sin can erase the mercy of God, or prevent him from unleashing all his triumphant power, if we only call upon him.”
A great 20th-century apostle of Divine Mercy, St. Faustina, recorded in her Diary the consoling words of Jesus: I want “all souls to trust in the unfathomable abyss of My mercy, because I want to save them all.” And He assured her that “the greater the misery of a soul, the greater its right to My mercy.” Continue reading