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The message of The Divine Mercy is simple. It is that God loves us - all of us. And, he wants us to recognize that His mercy is greater than our sins, so that we will call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow through us to others. Thus, all will come to share His joy.

This message and devotion to Jesus as The Divine Mercy is based on the writings of Saint Faustina Kowalska, an uneducated Polish nun who, in obedience to her spiritual director, wrote a diary of about 600 pages recording the revelations she received about God's mercy. Even before her death in 1938, the devotion to The Divine Mercy had begun to spread. Learn More


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Ask for His Mercy. God wants us to approach Him in prayer constantly, repenting of our sins and asking Him to pour His mercy out upon us and upon the whole world.

Completely Trust in Jesus

God wants us to know that the graces of His mercy are dependent upon our trust. The more we trust in Jesus, the more we will receive.

Why did the Lord appear to St. Faustina and command that the image of Divine Mercy be painted? The clue comes in an easily overlooked phrase in Faustina's dramatic description of this first major revelation recorded in the Diary. The Lord has just appeared to her, dressed in the white robe of the priesthood, with His right hand raised in blessing and His left hand holding His garment open in the area of His Heart, from which gush forth red and pale rays as an endless fountain of mercy. Faustina writes: "I kept my gaze fixed on the Lord" (Diary, 47).


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Prayer for Mercy. O Eternal Father, Majesty of Heaven and Earth, your mercy pours forth from the everlasting fountain of your love. From eternal to eternal, so mighty and infinite is thy mercy. Let sinners rejoice, that thy mercy may cover us and cause our hearts to burn with the fire of thy love. Let the rays of the Divine Mercy shelter us and make us holy in thy sight, for thy mercy is so abundant. O Lord, our God, we implore and beseech thy mercy in this great hour of our redemption, that we may join your heavenly court and dwell with you forever and ever. Amen.
Given by Jesus to the Disciples of Mercy ________________________________


In 1931, our Lord appeared to St. Faustina in a vision. She saw Jesus clothed in a white garment with His right hand raised in blessing. His left hand was touching His garment in the area of the Heart, from where two large rays came forth, one red and the other pale. Learn More


A novena is typically nine days of prayer in preparation of a celebration of a feast day. At the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy Novena is recited perpetually at the Hour of Great Mercy — the three o'clock hour. Learn More


In 1935, St. Faustina received a vision of an angel sent by God to chastise a certain city. She began to pray for mercy, but her prayers were powerless. Suddenly she saw the Holy Trinity and felt the power of Jesus’ grace within her. Learn More

Hour of Great Mercy

In His revelations to St. Faustina, Our Lord asked for a special prayer and meditation on His Passion each afternoon at the three o’clock hour, the hour that recalls His death on the cross. Learn More