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Since the pandemic has created changes to our routine, events and social opportunities, we hope you will  keep connected with your faith from  the comforts of your home through inspiring Catholic resources offered to you in the links below. 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletters
Becky Ready

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

CATHOLIC FAITH AT HOME

APRIL 4

 

 

 

 

 

NEXT NOVENA STARTS APRIL 2

 

God's Mercy is central to our lives

and we must continually depend on it asking for it daily.

 

Saint John Paul II spoke about God's Divine Mercy often, and said:

 

"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."

 

 

Click below for the link to the novena:

DIVINE MERCY NOVENA STARTING

ON GOOD FRIDAY

 

 

Did you know....

the Sunday after Easter is designated

"Divine Mercy Sunday"

as requested by Jesus Himself in the 1930's.

 

He said:



“On that day . . . The soul that will

go to Confession and receive Holy Communion

shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and punishment.” (Diary, 699)

 

He gave this message to a young nun,

now known as St. Faustina.

Directed by Jesus, she recorded His messages to her

in what is now referred to as "The Diary of St. Faustina."

 

This is a treasure trove of insights

that can help us better understand everything

God has shared throughout human history,

with a strong emphasis on mercy!

 

St. Faustina was taught how to pray

what is called the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

If you would like to learn this prayer,

click below for instructions:

 

DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET

 

 

Click below for a video of the chaplet in song:

 

MOVING VIDEO OF

DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET IN SONG

 

 

Experience the Resurrection with Mary

in the New Film 

Resurrection

 

 

We call Mary the sorrowful Mother.

 

She stood beneath the cross of Jesus and

watched with horror his excruciating pain

as he drew his last breath.

 

No one can imagine what it was like for Mary

to experience the passion and crucifixion.

 

 "Resurrection" provides a visual portrayal of what Mary experienced.

 

 Hearing her son speak, Mary sheds a tear. 

She embraces the cross and body of her son,

becoming covered in his blood,

and she was there as they laid him in the tomb.

 

Seeing Mary’s sorrow moves us to personal sorrow

and to realize what our sins did to Jesus,

and how his death affected his mother.

 

...And then Mary's experience of the Resurrection!

 

Click the link below for info:

THE MOVIE: RESURRECTION

 

 

 
 
 
 
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