+JMJ+ Today is Divine Mercy Sunday. I hope yours is a happy and blessed one. Here are some links to help you observe the day. (Sorry this is later than I’d hoped to post it, Miss Lucy Dawg and I are having some health issues. I’ll post an update about that later. Right now I have to grab a break while she’s taking a siesta. Whew! We’re both getting old.)
- Divine Mercy Sunday 2023: How to Obtain a Plenary Indulgence
- What is Divine Mercy Sunday? Find out the basics.
- What is the meaning of Divine Mercy Sunday?
- Divine Mercy Sunday at the USCCB.
- Read about the connection between Divine Mercy, the Diary, St. Faustina and abortion.
- The Five Special Intentions and special papal blessing given by Pope St. John Paul II.
Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. May we grow in holiness and virtue during this Easter season, and, by His grace, become united with Christ, becoming the saints we were meant to be, never forgetting that we are also to be channels for His Mercy. God bless you, and may His peace be always with you. +JMJ+
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