This Divine Mercy Chaplet video features quotes from the Diary of St. Faustina and our newest musical version of The Divine Mercy Chaplet…let Jesus speak directly to your soul! It is inspiring people to increase their works of mercy in the form of deeds, word and prayer as told by Jesus to St. Faustina. Share this with a friend and spread the message of Divine Mercy! “Like” and follow us on Facebook for new updates. Divine Mercy Sunday 2014 is April 27th. We have now completed the nine days of the Divine Mercy Novena…please click here for direct access to it as this Novena can be done at any time of the year. Both our versions of the Divine Mercy Chaplet mp3 plus our Divine Mercy Novena mp3 are available here. Or watch on YouTube. Celebrating 100,000 views and viewership from over 100 Countries. Please keep sharing this powerful version of the Divine Mercy Chaplet video featuring quotes from the Diary of St. Faustina.
Father Dan DubroyMany in the Church today feel that the message of Divine Mercy is the most important message for our times.It is a message that is more than just a devotion but rather a theology of Easter and the power of its Octave.This mercy is lived out in the death and Continue reading →
Pope Francis encourages daily recitation of the Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet as: “spiritual help for our souls and for spreading love, forgiveness…” November 17th, 2013
The Divine Mercy Rosary is an engaging method of reciting the Most Holy Rosary. The captivating imagery combined with passages from the Holy Bible, Catechism of the Catholic Church along with quotes from the Saints leads one to a most profound appreciation for God’s love for us in Salvation History. Journey along with Mary on the most compelling story ever told centered around the life of her Son, Saviour and our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
Pope: April 27, 2014 John Paul II and Pope John XXIII will be proclaimed saints
The day chosen by Francis is that of Divine Mercy Sunday, a feast inaugurated by Pope Wojtyla.
Vatican City (AsiaNews) – John XXIII and John Paul II will be proclaimed saints April 27, 2014, the Feast of Divine Mercy. This was established by Pope Francis this morning during a consistory.
The choice of date is significant, the Feast of Divine Mercy was commissioned by John Paul II and he also dedicated the encyclical “Dives in Misericordia” in 1980 to Divine Mercy. Established in 2000, it is celebrated on the first Sunday after Easter.
Moreover, John Paul II died in the Vatican April 2, 2005, at 21:37, as Saturday drew to a close, the day before Divine Mercy Sunday.