A Meditation on the Divine Mercy Chaplet

The Divine Mercy Novena begins on Friday and ends on the Feast of Mercy, the Sunday after Easter.

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A Meditation on the Divine Mercy Chaplet

As I have been praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet for some time now, I have deepened my understanding of this very powerful prayer. How remarkable it is that our Lord Himself dictated the Chaplet of Divine Mercy to Saint Faustina. Jesus appeared to her and instructed her in how, when, and why God asks us to offer His sorrowful Passion to His Father in atonement for the sins of the whole world. The prayers of this chaplet are addressed to God the Father Almighty. As I pray, I am literally begging God, my Creator, to spare me and to have mercy on not just my soul but on all souls. It struck me that like Moses at the time of the golden calf incident, I am asking God to have mercy on His people by reminding Him of His Love and Mercy in the past. In this case, I am reminding Him of His great merc...[Read More]