Please consider praying this important Novena, in preparation for Divine Mercy Sunday — the Sunday after Easter.
Hi Ron, thanks very much for this post. It’s a pity that the message of Divine Mercy, just like many other graces humanity in general and the Catholic Church particular has received in the past, is not promoted and put into practice as much as it is needed. On judgement day we definitely won’t have an excuse for not using all the ‘Salvation Tools’ we were given freely. Thanks Ron for doing your part
Hi Ron, forgot one observation: the Divine Mercy Novena starts on Good Friday and ends on the Saturday before Mercy Sunday
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