The devotion to the Divine Mercy is “another name for the revelation of this magnificent love of God, which culminates in the life, death and resurrection of Christ.” (simplycatholic.com) Divine Mercy Sunday ends the Easter Octave. Christians are called to rejoice in God’s merciful love which is revealed through Christ’s Paschal mystery. Pope John Paul II proclaimed it as an “Easter gift” from Jesus to the world during his homily in 2001. (Catholic culture)

The Divine Mercy Novena begins on Good Friday for nine days leading up to Divine Mercy Sunday. Throughout the liturgical year, the Divine Mercy Chaplet is prayed daily worldwide at 3 PM.

To learn more about the Divine Mercy Chaplet visit:

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Divine Mercy: Catholic Speaker Ken Yasinki

The Divine Mercy Chaplet:

How to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet

The Divine Mercy Novena:

Divine Mercy Novena Reflection & Chaplet Videos

Exceptional Devotion: Divine Mercy Novena

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Additionally, take a look at the Books of the Month to learn more about Divine Mercy.

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