"I desire that the whole world know My Infinite Mercy. I desire to grant unimaginable graces to those souls who trust in my mercy." Jesus to St. Faustina, 687
Divine Mercy Virtual Prayer Service: April 11, 2021
Due to the size of the video, it has been divided into three parts:
In 1931, Sister Faustina Kowalska, a simple Polish nun, reported that Jesus visited her and brought a wonderful message of mercy for all mankind. Jesus asked her to pray the Divine Mercy chaplet and instruct others to do so. The chaplet's prayers for mercy are threefold: to obtain mercy, to trust in Christ's mercy, and to show mercy to others. He also asked her to paint the vision of His Merciful Divinity being poured from His sacred heart and specifically asked for a feast of Divine Mercy to be established on the first Sunday after Easter so mankind would take refuge in Him. On April 30, 2000, Pope John Paul II canonized Saint Faustina and designated Divine Mercy Sunday.
Divine Mercy Sunday is a very special Sunday when the Divine Floodgates from Heaven are opened wide and Jesus offers us the total forgiveness of all sins and punishment to any soul, who goes to Confession (within 20 days before or after) and receives Holy Communion.
To find out more about the history of the chaplet, a step-by-step guide to the prayers, and audio and video accompaniments to praying the chaplet, visit www.divinemercy.org.
Steve Angrisano, a contemporary Catholic singer, songwriter, storyteller, and ministry leader offers daily Divine Mercy chaplet prayer services with music and reflections starting at 2:55pm: https://www.facebook.com/watch/steveangrisanomusic/.