Divine Mercy

I remember the first time I was introduced to Divine Mercy. I went to what I thought was the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday. It wasn’t even at my home parish.

Instead of “just” the stations, them music ministry led us in singing the Divine Mercy chaplet before the stations began. 

Now I had SEEN the image of the Divine Mercy, and had heard of it, but never thought much of it… honestly maybe I had felt a little overwhelmed because I was already feeling like I didn’t know enough about all the other devotions.

But the novena was touching. I stirred something in me.

I even created a playlist so I could listen to the Divine Mercy chaplet being sung while I mowed the lawn. 

I went and found Divine Mercy Explained. – a very short, clear explanation of Divine Mercy, it’s meaning, the prayers, novena and chaplet.

If you’ve never dug into the meaning behind Divine Mercy, perhaps this is the year that you do. The Novena begins on Good Friday and I invite you to pray it with me this year. 

I hope it helps your heart feel the love of Christ the way it did for me.

Love to all,
Megan


This small booklet by Father Michael Gaitley, author of 33 Days to Morning Glory and Consoling the Heart of Jesus gives you a brief but comprehensive introduction to Divine Mercy including, its history and context, the essential elements of the devotion, and how you can live this profound and beautiful message. 

It also includes two bonus appendices: Valuable Divine Mercy prayers and Divine Mercy wisdom from Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI.

This book has everything you need to know about this important message and devotion. 

Ready for your frame or poster display, this 8 x 10 color image of The Divine Mercy is printed on heavy heavy weight, glossy paper.

8 inches by 10 inches 

Here is hope for those of us who have ever wondered, “How could God possibly love me?”
 
Written by Felix Carroll, Loved, Lost, Found profiles 17 everyday people who discover God’s extraordinary mercy. They include a former abortionist, a blind atheist, an unfaithful husband, a former cult member, a rape victim, a prisoner, and a survivor of the “Miracle on the Hudson” plane crash, among others. This book illustrates how Jesus shows mercy to prodigals.

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