In calling for a Jubilee Year of Mercy in 2016, Pope Francis ignited in all people of good will a choice to act godlike. He invited people of faith to be witnesses of compassion, finding “the joy to rediscover and render fruitful the mercy of God, with which we are all called to give consolation to every man and woman of our time.”

But how do you develop a merciful heart? “You become a merciful person by practicing acts of mercy,” explains Joan Chittister. In her new e-course, “Journey into Mercy,” she provides a daily inspiration that encourages you to stretch for new ways of acting mercifully. You will receive:

  • 28 brief but weighty readings from Sister Joan
  • a specific daily invitation, based on the reading, to practice mercy
  • a mercy mantra to pray during the week
  • a chance to reflect on what you find most meaningful in the reading
  • an opportunity to share in a 24/7 Practice Circle guided by Sister Joan and her colleagues from Benetvision and Monasteries of the Heart

Joan Chittister is a Benedictine sister, soul-stirring speaker, best-selling author, and outspoken advocate of justice, peace, and equality. She has been one of America’s visionary spiritual voices for more than 30 years. Her life work focuses on the development of contemporary spirituality, a redefinition and renewal of Benedictine life for seekers today, and justice for the oppressed and marginalized, particularly those in prison. We are fortunate to have her with us as a gifted spiritual guide for this e-course. (4 CEHs for Chaplains available.)

Monastery of the Heart members and other visitors from Benetvision, if you have not previously taken an e-course from Spirituality & Practice, which is a different system from MOH, then you will need to “Create an S&P Account” during the checkout process. Our system will not recognize your password from MOH.

Sunday, April 3 – Saturday, April 30


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