Father Cameron Faller, vocations director of the San Francisco archdiocese, gave an eight-minute  homily at Star of the Sea parish in San Francisco on April 19, Divine Mercy Sunday. Father Faller held up a copy of the Divine Mercy painting while commenting on it.

(At 3.06) He is describing Christ’s visit to the room where the apostles were hiding after the crucifixion:

“When Christ comes into that room, He doesn’t come in condemning them. One would expect He would come in wagging His finger,  ‘I told you guys you were going to drop the ball, you were going to abandon me.’ He could have come in with a hand of revenge. ‘I want you to feel a little bit of the pain I felt on the cross.’ ”