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On this page, find all the content from the weekly MSM emails. Explore a wealth of information organized by groups from short introductory videos, longer in-depth teachings from some of the world's leading Divine Mercy experts, testimonials, etc. Dive deep into the ocean of mercy and visit often to continue to be inspired. Enjoy! 

 

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Bible and Coffee
Short Reflections
Short Reflections
Interior of a Church
Deep Dives
Deep Dives
Man with Arms Raised
Lives Transformed
Lives Transformed
Preview of Feast Of Mercy eBook
Articles
Articles
Image of a Note on Bulletin Board
Bulletin Announcements
Bulletin Announcements
A Monstrance in a Church
Celebration Ideas
Celebration Ideas

Short Reflections

Building Momentum to Divine Mercy Sunday: Maureen Flynn, Dave & Joan Maroney

The Splash - Preparing for the Greatest Day of Grace - Part 2: The Image, Hour, Chaplet, and Feast

Part 1 - Preparing for the Greatest Day of Grace: Why Mercy? Why Now? - Mercy Sunday Momentum

Part 3 - Preparing for the Greatest Day of Grace: How to Obtain the Awesome Gifts of Mercy Sunday

Deep Dives

Episode 3: Full Episode of Saint Faustina: The Secretary of Divine Mercy

Dive Deeper - Explore the Depths of Mercy with the Exports: Divine Mercy Triumphs Over Misery

Dive Deeper - Explore the Depths of Mercy with the Experts: What is Divine Mercy?

Dive Deeper - Explore the Depths of Mercy with Fr. Michalenko, MIC: The Eighth Day - Feast of Mercy

Lives Transformed

True Stories True Mercy - Rita Vitale - Catholic, Protestant, Catholic Again!

True Stories True Mercy: Kevin McCarthy - What are the Odds? Chaplet Prayers Undeniably Answered

True Stories True Mercy: Miracle on the Hudson and the Image and the Superstorm

True Stories True Mercy: Margaret Bieser’s Hurricane Experience That Will Blow You Away

Bulletin Announcements

momentum mō-mĕn′təm noun 1. A quantity used to measure the motion of a body, equal to the product of the body's mass and its velocity. 2. The force or energy exhibited by a moving body. 3. The driving force or advancing strength of a development or course of events. In 1931 Jesus requested the Feast of Divine Mercy and charged His Church to build MOMENTUM toward a renewed relationship with Him and acceptance of His Divine Mercy for the world. The Feast of Mercy is celebrated on the first Sunday after Easter, which this year falls on April 24. Mercy Sunday Momentum 2022 is a free program to help prepare for, promote, and celebrate this day of great grace. Sign up to receive a weekly email with short videos, testimonies, teachings, and more at mercysundaymomentum.org.
“Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My mercy.” We want to make sure our entire parish is aware of the tremendous graces offered to the whole world on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 24th this year. Jesus told St. Faustina, "This Feast emerged from the very depths of My mercy, and it is confirmed in the vast depths of My tender mercies. Every soul believing and trusting in My mercy will obtain it. " Go to MercySundayMomentum.org to join the momentum, get inspiration, and help others discover the gift of Divine Mercy Sunday.
In the 1930's Jesus revealed to St. Maria Faustina that He wishes to pour His mercy upon the whole world. "I do not want to punish aching mankind, but I desire to heal it, pressing it to My Merciful Heart. My daughter, tell the whole world about My inconceivable mercy. I desire that the Feast of Mercy be a refuge and shelter for all souls, and especially for poor sinners. It is My desire that it be solemnly celebrated on the first Sunday after Easter. Mankind will not have peace until it turns to the Fount of My Mercy. Please prepare to take full advantage of the great graces available on the Feast of Mercy for yourself, your family, and indeed the whole world. Go to MercySundayMomentum.org to find out how.
Join millions of faithful around the globe in the Divine Mercy Novena beginning on Good Friday. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy is prayed for 9 days, with these intentions in mind: Day 1- all mankind, especially sinners Day 2- the souls of priests and religious Day 3- all devout and faithful souls Day 4- those who do not believe in Jesus or do not know Him yet Day 5- those who separated themselves from the Church Day 6- meek and humble souls and souls of children Day 7- souls who especially venerate and glorify Jesus’ mercy Day 8- souls who are in purgatory Day 9- souls who have become lukewarm Make it Easy - Receive the daily prayers via email or text. Go to https://divinemercyforamerica.org/membership/ and choose the Divine Mercy Novena

Celebration Ideas

A Pastor's "How To" for Mercy Sunday - Fr. Gordon Reigle's Full Court Press for Mercy

A Festival of Mercy for the Entire Parish: Ed & Nan Weber with Dave & Joan Maroney

Little Flowers & Mercy Sunday Sundaes Work to Draw a Crowd - Joan Maroney Interviews Amy Chapman

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