Church
of the
Good Shepherd
Divine Mercy Devotion
The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy is truly special
and holy prayer because it was given by Jesus
to St Faustina for all of mankind.
It is not restricted to any set of intentions or petitions.
It is particularly powerful to help save dying souls.
Jesus explained to St Faustina that the main purpose
of the Chaplet Of Divine Mercy is to
appease the Just Anger of the Holy Trinity.
Prayed on ordinary rosary beads,
it is an intercessory prayer
that extends the offering of the Eucharist,
so it is especially appropriate to use it
after having received Holy Communion at Holy Mass.
Likewise it is also appropriate to pray the chaplet during the "Hour of great Mercy"
three o'clock each afternoon recalling the death of Christ on the cross.

More information of this very important devotion can be found at
www.divinemercy.org
When: every Friday following 12 noon Holy Mass

Where: The Church Of The Good Shepherd

Time: Alongside Exposition of the most Blessed Sacrament (approx from 12.30pm) to Mercy hour, 3pm

Contact details: Parish priest, Fr Philip Ziomek

Information: booklets will be available at the back of the church to assist with this devotion.
First Friday Devotions

Please explore the Divine Mercy Link which has the most beautiful image of our merciful Jesus, which can be viewed in great detail. It is the best you will see on the entire internet.

You will also find the live streaming of the Divine Mercy Chaplet taking place daily at 3pm.

The Divine Mercy leaflet can be found here

www.faustyna.pl/zmbm/en/chaplet-of-the-divine-mercy/




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