Divine Mercy Sunday // April 11, 2021

“There is no misery that could not be a match for my mercy.”

-Diary of St. Faustina

As we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday, we invite you to watch this talk delivered by our Sarah, our chief digital officer.

How to Recite the Chaplet

The Chaplet of Mercy is recited using ordinary Rosary beads of five decades. The Chaplet is preceded by two opening prayers from the Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska and followed by a closing prayer.

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Jesus, I trust in you!

Origin of Divine Mercy Novena

Mankind’s need for the message of Divine Mercy took on dire urgency in the 20th Century, when civilization began to experience an “eclipse of the sense of God” and, therefore to lose the understanding of the sanctity and inherent dignity of human life. In the 1930s, Jesus chose a humble Polish nun, St. Maria Faustina Kowalska, to receive private revelations concerning Divine Mercy that were recorded in her Diary.

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