The Feast of Divine Mercy

The Feast of Mercy is celebrated on the first Sunday after Easter, which is the second Sunday of Easter, which is currently known as Divine Mercy Sunday. The inspiration that led to the institution of this feast in the Church came from the desire that Jesus had communicated to Sister Faustina. Jesus said to him: … Read more

The Novena of Divine Mercy

The novena to Divine Mercy is prayed starting on Good Friday to end the day before the feast of mercy on the second Sunday of Easter. Although this last date is the recommended one to pray it like every novena can be done on any day of the year. The novena is quite simple, each … Read more

The crown or rosary of the Divine Mercy

How to pray the crown of Divine Mercy The rosary or crown of the Divine Mercy is prayed using a common rosary. The sign of the Cross: In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Prayer at the beginning: First pray the Our Father, the Hail Mary and the Apostles’ … Read more

The 3 pm prayer or 3 P.M. passion hour

Three o’clock in the afternoon or 15 hours is the hour of the death of Our Lord Jesus Christ on the Cross, it is the hour in which he finally paid the debt of our sins. Being He the innocent lamb is sacrificed for us the sinners and guilty. It is also the greatest act … Read more

Devotion to the image of Jesus Divine Mercy

The image of Divine Mercy was commissioned by Jesus himself to Sister Faustina and shows us the DEEP LOVE of Jesus for us, to whom he offers all possible opportunities to save us. “I promise the soul to venerate this Image that it will not perish. I also promise, already here on earth, victory over … Read more

Divine Mercy

The devotion to Divine Mercy was spread by Saint Faustina Kowalska Polish nun to whom Jesus himself appeared and communicated this devotion through various visions throughout his life. Sister Faustina received 5 exercises or prayers: Devotion to the image of Jesus Divine Mercy The 3 pm prayer or 3 P.M. passion hour The crown or … Read more