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By His Wounds We Are Healed

  • Conversations with Cardinal Dolan Welcomes Fr. Joseph Henchey, CSS

    20 DIC 2018 · In this episode of Conversations with Dolan, Fr. Joseph Henchey, CSS, talks about his show Duc in Altum, hosted by WCAT Radio.
    Ascoltato 10 min. 35 sec.
  • Episode 41 - The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit and the Devotion to the Sacred Heart (October 8, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 41: In this reflection, Fr. Henchey brings together the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and the devotion to the Sacred heart in the recent theology of the Church as a way of encouraging a contemporary contemplation of this great mystery of God’s love. October 8, 2018.
    Ascoltato 1 h 4 sec.
  • Episode 40 - The Reason for God's Giving Us the Devotion to the Sacred Heart (October 1, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 40: Fr. Henchey explains that it was the love of God--Father, Son and Holy Spirit—that made the universe and who is constantly reinventing it. We have been given the devotion of the Sacred Heart to inspire us to a deeper understanding of the Trinity and a fuller grasp of divine mercy to be which we must share with one another. October 1, 2018.
    Ascoltato 57 min. 35 sec.
  • Episode 39 - On the Way God Reaches out to Us (September 24, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 39: Fr. Henchey continues his reflection on the way God reaches out to us, focusing particularly on the role of the Second Person of the Holy Trinity and on his Redemption of humanity. The more that we are able to be reflections of his loving redemption of humanity by showing mercy and forgiveness to others in our daily lives, the more we participate with God to make of everyday a new creation. September 24, 2018.
    Ascoltato 1 h 2 sec.
  • Episode 38 - The “Ad Extra” Dimension of Trinitarian Love (September 17, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 38: In this reflection, Fr. Henchey focuses on the “ad extra” dimension of Trinitarian Love and shows how creation, redemption and sanctification flow from the essential nature of God in the three persons of the Holy Trinity. September 17, 2018.
    Ascoltato 59 min. 54 sec.
  • Episode 37 - The Way in which this Love of the Sacred Heart is Essentially Trinitarian (September 10, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 37: Continuing on in his discussion of the mystery of Divine Love as revealed in the icon of the Sacred Heart, Fr. Henchey explores the way in which this Love is essentially Trinitarian. He divides his discussion into the “ad intra” and “ad extra” workings of the Trinity and shows how the “ad intra” love within the Trinity results in the “ad extra” “relics” we call the Sacraments. September 10, 2018.
    Ascoltato 59 min. 57 sec.
  • Episode 36 - An Exhortation to Unite our Daily Lives to the Sacrifice of Christ (September 3, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 36: In this episode, Fr. Henchey concludes his discussion of the Biblical foundations of the Sacred Heart and finishes with an exhortation to unite our daily lives to the sacrifice of Christ. Aired September 3, 2018.
    Ascoltato 59 min. 52 sec.
  • Episode 35 - The Sacred Heart as the Expression of the Bond between the Humanity of Christ and the Vitality of the Church (August 27, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · ​Episode 35: While the idea of the “Sacred Heart” of Jesus is not revealed in Scripture per se, it has developed through the centuries in the minds and hearts of the saints and mystics and was finally articulated by St. Mary Alacoque. The Sacred Heart is the heart of the Church itself and is a symbolic expression of the bond between the humanity of Christ and the vitality of the Church. Aired August 27, 2018.
    Ascoltato 59 min. 7 sec.
  • Episode 34 - The Personal, Limitless and Always Available Love of God through Christ for his People Individually (August 20, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 34: Focusing now on the foundations of the devotion to the Sacred Heart found in the New Testament, Fr. Henchey discusses the personal, limitless and always available love of God through Christ for his people individually, not just for a people more broadly, as we see in the Old Testament. That personal love leads directly to the development of the natural symbol of the Sacred Heart to which many people over the generations have been devoted. Aired August 20, 2018.
    Ascoltato 59 min. 28 sec.
  • Episode 33 - The Loving Heart of God (August 13, 2018)

    8 SET 2018 · Episode 33: Fr. Henchey rapidly surveys the Old Testament psalms and prophets, uncovering their references to the loving heart of God and to the Suffering Servant whose own loving and pierced heart will bring salvation to mankind. The loving heart of the Messiah is the central key to the mystery of redemption and the ultimate return of man to the arms of the loving God who made him. Aired August 13, 2018.
    Ascoltato 58 min. 29 sec.

The title for this series of reflections is based on the words of the prophet Isaiah [53:5] promising the healing of Israel; words which Peter echoed, referring to Christ, in...

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The title for this series of reflections is based on the words of the prophet Isaiah [53:5] promising the healing of Israel; words which Peter echoed, referring to Christ, in his first letter, “By his wounds, you were healed.” [1 P 2:21-25].

Peter’s joyful proclamation may harken back to his remorse for having denied the Lord on that fateful Holy Thursday night. But, when Peter confessed his heartfelt love for Christ on meeting him after the Resurrection, the Lord forgave him, lifted him up with His mercy, and gave him the mission for the ages: “Feed my lambs, feed my sheep!” [Jn 21:17]. Peter understood that the gift of God’s super-abundant love and infinite mercy had been poured out for humanity through the open wounds of Christ on Calvary, and so in these reflections we, too, will ponder the love, mercy and forgiveness that flow through the Sacred Wounds of Christ.
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Because there will be many reflections to follow, they are organized in three major sub-headings: 1) the Sorrowful Wounds of Christ which he endured on Good Friday, 2) the devotion to these merciful Wounds which has found its expression in a devotion to the Sacred Heart, and more recently in the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and 3) the Glorious Wounds as they are retained in the body of the Risen Lord [cf. Jn 20] and which gave rise to his apostolic mandate that we forgive one another.

We offer these meditations, conducted in the style of a directed retreat, in the hope that they will serve as a spiritual guide throughout the year. We hope they will encourage you to see that the circumstances of everyday life provide us with an opportunity to lift up our hearts in hope in God’s infinite Mercy, made manifest in the healing Sacred Stigmata of the Resurrected Christ, our Lord and Savior.
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