Divine Mercy Sunday
The Divine Mercy Prayer Service this year was a special, moving parish celebration of God’s great Mercy and outpouring of Graces! Jesus told St. Faustina that he wishes this observance of his devotion be spread throughout the world for salvation and peace. Please join us next year on Divine Mercy Sunday and make this powerful devotion part of your life!
If you or your loved one are ill and would like to be included in the prayer intentions of the Divine Mercy Prayer Team Ministry, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, if you would prefer, we can coordinate a time for two of our members to come pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy in your presence and/or the presence of your loved one.
There are two ways to be part of the Divine Mercy Ministry at All Saints!!
The Divine Mercy Prayer Team Ministry prays for intentions that are given to us. DM Team members include these intentions in their Divine Mercy Chaplet and other prayers. We have been blessed to be part of many miracles that have occurred through the powerful Divine Mercy Chaplet prayer, including sending many souls to a peaceful eternity with Jesus’ promise of His mercy. This is all done through email — no meetings! A prayerful heart and trust in God are all that is needed.
The Divine Mercy Planning Team Ministry has a mission to promote the message of Divine Mercy as given by Jesus to St. Faustina Kowalska in her diary, Divine Mercy in my Soul. This group meets monthly and works to incorporate the Divine Mercy message and Chaplet into our parish life and outreach.
These efforts include:
- supporting parish Book Studies and Faith Enrichment programs,
- praying the Chaplet with seniors at Asst’d Living centers,
- preparing the All Saints Prayer Service for Divine Mercy Sunday (Sunday after Easter), and
- various other ways.
Please contact Kitty Moots at email@example.com to join in this ministry of spreading the powerful message of Jesus’ Divine Mercy!
The Chaplet of Divine Mercy is a powerful prayer given by Jesus himself in the 1930’s to St. Maria Faustina, a Polish nun who was canonized in 2000 by Blessed Pope John Paul II. Through the Chaplet, Jesus extends many graces and unfathomable mercy to those who pray it and for whom it is prayed, especially the sick and the dying. Jesus said to St. Faustina:
“My daughter, encourage souls to say the chaplet I have given to you. It pleases Me to grant everything they ask of Me by saying the chaplet. …Write that, when they say this chaplet in the presence of the dying, I will stand between My Father and the dying person, not as the just Judge but as the merciful Savior” (Diary, 1541)
Jesus, I TRUST IN YOU!
Seal Your Doorposts
“Seal Your Doorposts” with the image of Divine Mercy to show an act of faith and to provide protection for your home and family in these trying times. The Marian Fathers invite you to participate in a simple, but incredibly powerful act of faith and protection.
Watch the video below to hear Fr. Chris Alar, MIC explain how to protect you and your family by posting an image of the Divine Mercy on your front doors (instructions in the video on obtaining a free image through the Marians).