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What is the Divine Mercy chaplet?

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What is the Divine Mercy chaplet?

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The Divine Mercy chaplet is a prayer devotion said on standard rosary beads that is believed to have been given by Christ to St. Faustina Kowalska (1905–38) as a means of beseeching God’s mercy on sinners. St. Faustina recorded the visions she had of Christ and the Blessed Virgin in a diary entitled Divine Mercy in My Soul.










4 comments

  1. Linus Ashang Reply

    I wish to here, please. Have on us and the whole world.

  2. Marian Giorlando Cullen Reply

    For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.

  3. Jody Gallegos Reply

    May God show me his his love and teach me to pray for mercy for sinners, that I might have an understanding of his forgiveness!

  4. catherinne Reply

    Holy God holy mighty one holy immortal one…..have mercy on us n the whole world

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