Episodes

12/8/2015

Kerry Weber discusses the Corporal Works of Mercy based on her book Mercy in the City.

Feed the Hungry: the key is to be deliberate.

12/8/2015

Kerry Weber discusses the Corporal Works of Mercy based on her book Mercy in the City.

Clothe the Naked: Do we really need fur coats and countless pairs of shoes?

12/8/2015

Kerry Weber discusses the Corporal Works of Mercy based on her book Mercy in the City.

Give Drink to the Thirsty: How can we intentionally give drink to the thirsty in our modern age?

12/8/2015

Kerry Weber discusses the Corporal Works of Mercy based on her book Mercy in the City.

Visit the Sick: It can be uncomfortable to ceal with the messiness of illness.

12/8/2015

Kerry Weber discusses the Corporal Works of Mercy based on her book Mercy in the City.

Bury the Dead: We can call on the men and woman who are part of the wonderful communion of saints; death is not something we need to fear.

12/8/2015

Why do we give something up for Lent? What is Lent really supposed to teach us? Kerry Weber, author of Mercy in the City, talks about the temptation to be lax during Lent and the importance of remembering the real purpose of the season.

12/8/2015

While it can be tempting to leave all of our good deeds and mercy-doing in Lent, Kerry Weber reminds us that Lent is really only a starting point. We're called to make mercy a lifestyle, not a seasonal practice. 

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Mercy in the City

In her 2014 book, Mercy in the City: How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day JobKerry Weber describes how she set out to incorporate each of the seven corporal works of mercy in her life. In this mini-series Mercy in the City, she shares some of what she took away from her experience. Mercy in the City airs as part of CatholicTV's Blink programming block, and is featured on This is the Day.

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