What are the examples of corporal and spiritual works of mercy?
The Corporal Works of Mercy:
The Spiritual Works of Mercy:
- Feed the hungry.
- Give drink to the thirsty.
- Clothe the naked.
- Visit those in prison.
- Shelter the homeless.
- Visit the sick.
- Bury the dead.
The Spiritual Works of Mercy:
- Help others do what is right.
- Teach the ignorant.
- Give advice to the doubtful.
- Comfort those who suffer.
- Be patient with others.
- Forgive injuries.
- Pray for the living and the dead.
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Roman Catholic Answer Any monastery is an example of the spiritual works of mercy, everyone in them is spending their entire life praying for others. Anyone who teaches at Ch…urch, the priest at Mass, or saying his Breviary. The priest or his associates offering spiritual guidance to people, etc. Spiritual Works of Mercy are non-physical acts designed to comfort and guide the souls of others (Admonish, Instruct, Counsel, Forgive, Pray, etc.).
. Catholic Answer Below are the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy. The Spiritual Works of Mercy are spread out all through the Scriptures, the Corporal Works of Mercy (…saving the last one - that of almsgiving are all contained starting at St. Matthew 23:31, when Our Blessed Lord describes how we are going to be judged. To give alms to the poor is listed in many other places in the Bible, so should be with the list. The Corporal Works of Mercy are physical actions one can do that show God's mercy. The Catechism says specifically that works of mercy are required from every single person to put off completely the "old man" and to put on the "new man". This is covered under the punishments of sin in paragraphs 1472-1473: . 1473 The forgiveness of sin and resoration of communion with God entail the remission of the eternal punishment of sin, but temporal punishment of sin remains. While patiently bearing sufferings and trials of all kinds and, when the day comes, serenely facing death, the Christian must strive to accept this temporal punishment of sin as a grace. He should strive by works of mercy and charity, as well as by prayer and the various practices of penance , [emphasis added] to put off completely the "old man" and to put on the "new man." ( Eph 4:22, 24). The Spiritual Works of Mercy To admonish the sinner, To instruct the ignorant, To counsel the doubtful, To comfort the sorrowful, To bear wrongs patiently, To forgive all injuries, To pray for the living and the dead. The Corporal Works of Mercy Matt 25:31 To feed the hungry, To give drink to the thirsty, To clothe the naked, To visit the prisoners, To shelter the homeless To visit the sick, To bury the dead To give alms to the poor. .
I do not exactly know, because she was in a cloistered convent. I think she did though, because her little way influenced others around her to be more helpful physically and s…piritually. Her book Story of a Soul has been read throughout the world. Many people like to follow her Little way, and in this way I think Saint. Therese did many Corporal works of mercy, in an indirect way. I do hope this helps you. Amanda
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Be merciful; it is a spiritual quality as well.
It means forgive your injuries if you hurt yourself because it was only an accident.
\nThe seven spiritual works of mercy:\n\n1. Counsel the doubtful.\n2. Instruct the ignorant.\n3. Admonish sinners.\n4. Comfort the afflicted.\n5. Forgive offenses.\n6. Bear wr…ongs patiently.\n7. Pray for the living and the dead.
If you are confirmed Christian,you have a mission to do the corporal works of mercy.\n
Actually, there are seven spiritual works of mercy. They are 1. To admonish sinners 2. To instruct the ignorant 3. To counsel the doubtful 4. To comfort the sorrowful 5. To be…ar wrongs patiently 6. To forgive all injuries and 7. To pray for the living and the dead.
The Corporal Works of Mercy are physical acts performed to bring physical relief and comfort to others (Feed the hungry, Visit the imprisoned, Bury the dead, etc). Spiritual W…orks of Mercy are non-physical acts designed to comfort and guide the souls of others (Admonish, Instruct, Counsel, Forgive, Pray, etc.).
he fed the slaves(feed the hungry)
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Catholic Answer When he fed the multitude - St. John 6:1-15, but it got better, inthe end of this chapter, He actually feeds people with His own Bodyand Blood, and continues t…o do this every single day at everysingle Mass throughout the world.
In Jesus Christ
1.Feed the Hungry . 2. Give drink to the thirsty . 3. Shelter the homeless . 4. Clothe the Naked . 5. Visit the Sick . 6. Visit the Imprisoned . 7. Bur…y the Dead
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Giving sight to the blind man begging on the side of the road. Luke18:35-43
There are seven spiritual works of mercy, and eight corporal works of mercy, the first seven being listed together in St. Matthew's Gospel. The Spiritual Works of Mercy . … \n . To admonish the sinner, \nTo instruct the ignorant, \nTo counsel the doubtful, \nTo comfort the sorrowful, \nTo bear wrongs patiently, \nTo forgive all injuries, \nTo pray for the living and the dead. \n The Corporal Works of Mercy \n \n Matt 25:31 \nTo feed the hungry, \nTo give drink to the thirsty, \nTo clothe the naked, \nTo visit the prisoners, \nTo shelter the homeless \nTo visit the sick, \nTo bury the dead \nTo give alms to the poor. .