We are praying in preparation for the Feast of Divine Mercy this coming Sunday. The Novena began on Good Friday, but you can begin any day this week, completing it nine days after you begin. Leaflets are available on the offertory table.

The prayer booklet can be found here.

Next Sunday, 16th April, we will have Divine Mercy devotions in church from 2:30pm to 3:30pm with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, scripture readings and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.

The Novena begins on Good Friday and is prayed each day of the Triduum and of Easter Week in preparation for the Feast of Mercy, to take place on the Eighth Day of Easter (The Sunday after Easter Day).

During this novena that Jesus Himself revealed to Saint Faustina, He asks that each day be dedicated to prayers for a different grouping of people.

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