Keynote: Divine Mercy Images
April 10 at 7 p.m.
Fr. Tochi Iwuji returns to Saint Bridget to offer a keynote "Divine Mercy, a gift to Humanity. A look at the Divine Mercy Images." Watch the Keynote Presentation Replay.
Divine Mercy Sunday Adoration
April 24th 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament with Veneration of the Divine Mercy Image and Divine Mercy Chaplet
Divine Mercy Plenary Indulgence
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Learn the Divine Mercy Chaplet
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Divine Mercy Novena April 15-24
Begins April 15th, Good Friday through Divine Mercy Sunday
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In Divine Mercy in My Soul: Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska, Jesus revealed to Saint Faustina a nine-day novena that He desired to be prayed in preparation for Divine Mercy Sunday. The novena was to begin on Good Friday and be prayed each day of the Triduum and of Easter Week in preparation for the glorious Feast of Mercy which was to take place on the Eighth Day of Easter (The Sunday after Easter Day) (See Diary #1209-1230).
During this novena that Jesus Himself revealed to Saint Faustina, He asks that each day be dedicated to prayers for a different grouping of people. The novena below comes from these private revelations of Saint Faustina as recorded in her Diary of Divine Mercy.
Day 1: For all mankind, especially sinners
Day 2: For the souls of priests and religious
Day 3: For all devout and faithful souls
Day 4: For those who do not believe in God and those who do not yet know Jesus
Day 5: For the souls of those who have separated themselves from the Church
Day 6: For the meek and humble souls and for little children
Day 7: For the souls who especially venerate and glorify my mercy
Day 8: For the souls detained in purgatory
Day 9: For the souls who have become lukewarm