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Divine Mercy

“Apart from the mercy of God there is no other source of hope for mankind” — John Paul II.

The Divine Mercy Devotions focus on the Mercy of God, which is unlimited.

The Devotions have been approved by Blessed John Paul II and confirmed by Benedict XVI.

The Devotions originated with Our Lord’s appearance to the “Apostle of Mercy”, St Maria Faustina, canonized in 2000.

No one who seeks God’s Mercy will be turned away:

“Encourage souls to place great trust in my fathomless Mercy. Let the weak, sinful soul have no fear to approach Me, for even if it had more sins than there are grains of sand in the world, all would be drowned in the immeasurable depths of My Mercy” (Diary, #1059).

We should trust Jesus in every situation. He loves us and will help us no matter what the situation. We should invite Him into our situation no matter what it is: family, work, my sinful situation...

Trust and Mercy are the two key elements.

There are several devotions to Divine Mercy, as shown in the links at the top of the page.