Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated on the final day of the Easter octave – that is the Sunday after Easter. Catholics remember the tremendous love and mercy that Jesus Christ has for us, despite our sinfulness.
The message of Divine Mercy was brought to attention by St. Faustina, a poor, uneducated Polish nun, who received many messages of Our Lord’s divine mercy and recorded them in her diary.
Those who sincerely say ‘Jesus, I trust in You’ will find comfort in all their anxieties and fears… There is nothing more man needs than Divine Mercy – that love which is benevolent, which is compassionate, which raises man above his weakness to the infinite heights to the holiness of God.St. John Paul II
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